Tag Archive - Depot Street Brewing

Hops for Hope 2016 Benefiting New Hope Blount County Children’s Advocacy Center | Friday, May 6th, 6pm

10 April 2016 by , 1 Comment
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Crazy. 2016 marks the 6th Hops for Hope that we have been a part of. We began Knox Beer Snobs in November of 2010 and while this blog has centered on beer, it has really been about the people that gravitate towards this awesome art. We have met so many great people as a result. It […]

Depot Street Brewing | Roundabout Rare

23 February 2016 by , 1 Comment
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Barrel aged. You have our attention. Barrel aged beers may very well be our favorite category of beer. In this particular case we were first introduced to this beer during a Tri-Cities beer run in August. It was our first stop and not even noon yet and Michael Foster and Devin Rutledge of Depot Street […]

Tennessee Winter Beer Festival | February 27th, 2016

24 January 2016 by , 1 Comment
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It’s hard to believe that this is the 5th Tennessee Winter Beer Festival (TNWBF)! Wow, how time flies. We’ve had the privileged of being involved with the TNWBF since it’s inception, which, oddly enough, started with Mike Adams, formally of The Market in Maryville, simply stating that he wanted to do a beer festival. So […]

Eat, Drink and Be Merry – it is for the Kids | Hops for Hope 2015

5 May 2015 by , No Comments
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“Do you know how you should advertise this event?” Zack Roskop of Knox Brew Tours said to me with an hour left in the evening. “Tell me,” I replied. The corner of his mouth curled into a smile as he said, “The most sexy craft beer festival in the world.” While Zack had a beer […]

Hops for Hope 2015 Benefiting New Hope Blount County Children’s Advocacy Center | Friday, May 1st

10 April 2015 by , 1 Comment
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It’s hard to believe, but it’s one of my favorite times of the year, Hops for Hope! We have had the privilege of being a part of this event for….hold on….carry the one…..a long time!  What we love is the intimacy and ambiance of this event…oh, AND that we get to check out awesome craft beer […]

Tennessee Winter Beer Festival | February 21st, 2015

28 January 2015 by , 1 Comment
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It’s a cold miserable Tennessee winter and you are tired of being cooped up in your basement with your craft beer stash running low.  What to do? What to do?  Well we here at the KnoxBeerSnobs have the perfect solution to ease your woes.  Grab your piggy bank, smash it with that empty bottle of […]

Reflections on the Tennessee Winter Beer Fest

12 February 2013 by , 1 Comment

Howdy beer fans, As I mentioned in a post many weeks back, this past weekend was the Tennessee Winter Beer Fest – the second annual to be exact. The fest was nothing short of awesome! While I’m a BIG fan of craft beer, it’s the people that make this all worthwhile; you guys came out, definitely […]

Tennessee Winter Beer Fest | February 9th, 2013

27 December 2012 by , No Comments

Howdy Beer Fans, I hope this post finds you warm on these almost winter days we’ve been having. Still, it’s the season of winter warmers and ale packed with spice – perhaps my favorite of the seasonal beer selection. It also means that the Tennessee Winter Beer Fest is right around the corner – February […]

Hops for Hope 2012 – What a night!

28 April 2012 by , No Comments

Last night we kicked off an awesome evening at the Dancing Bear Lodge in Townsend to benefit New Hope. This has been my second year involved with this fundraiser and I must say while last year was great, what occurred last night was incredible. We could not have asked for better weather or a better crowd – […]

Hops for Hope 2012 – Benefiting New Hope Blount County Children’s Advocacy Center – April 27th

27 March 2012 by , No Comments

Howdy fellow snobs – It’s no secret that here at KnoxBeerSnobs we certainly love New Hope. New Hope is Blount County Children’s Advocacy Center meaning that this group of stellar individuals provides resources to reduce the effects of trauma caused by child abuse. NO CHILD should be abused and while I hate to think that […]