Tag Archive - Bruisin’ Ales

Beer City & Brewgrass Festivals; Why these need to be on your radar

5 February 2011 by , No Comments

Hello fellow beer snobs! I hope you are enjoying this brisk Saturday in East Tennessee. I’m writing today about two very important festivals you need to put on your calendars. Don’t worry, you’ve got time, but tickets for these two festivals sell fast and will be going on sale here in a month or two. […]

Dogfish Head – Chicory Stout

12 January 2011 by , No Comments

Hello fellow beer snobs. Up tonight is Dogfish Head’s Chicory Stout. This is one of those “pleasant surprises” as I opened up the old beer fridge and hidden in the back I found a few brews that KnoxBeerSnob Don brought me back from his last trip to Bruisin’ Ales. Also, for the record, sometimes it is […]

Weyerbacher – Double Simcoe IPA

4 January 2011 by , No Comments

Well, the honor is certainly all mine.  Knoxbeersnobs Rob and Don have given me the honor of reviewing a few beers.  It seems this time of year has us all a little busy.  Not to worry, I am happy to help.  First up is Weyerbacher’s Double Simcoe IPA. It’s no secret that I am an […]

Flashback – India-Style brown ale

18 December 2010 by , No Comments

Heidi Ho KnoxBeerSnob fans – I’m coming at ya from KnoxBeerSnob Don’s where I’m perusing the catch he brought me back from his recent Bruisin’ Ales adventure in Asheville, NC. If you’ve never been to Bruisn’ Ales, you need to put it on your list of “must-do’s” in the near future. Anyway, one of the […]

Bruisin’ Ales

12 December 2010 by , No Comments

I have to say that I am proud to live in K-Town but, Asheville is my dream town.  The people, the food, the festivals and lets not forget the beer. I believe there is ten breweries in the town alone with more just a 30 min drive away.  What’s not to love about that? In […]