New Locations for the The Casual Pint Opening in Hixson, TN on December 2nd and in Sevierville, TN  on December 23rd

This Weeks Top 5 Beers from the Causal Pint are:

North Coast: Old No. 38 Stout north-coast

Old No. 38 Stout is named for a retired California Western Railroad steam engine on the Fort Bragg to Willits run through the Redwoods, Old No. 38 Stout is a smooth, firm-bodied stout with toasted character and coffee notes of dark malts and roasted barley. The beer is heightened in flavor when it’s on nitro. Check out our Casual Pint locations to grab a pint of this silky smooth beer.

Calfkiller Brewing: The Brown Reclusecalfkiller

This perennial brown ale favorite made its seasonal debut this month. The Brown Recluse has flavors of dark caramel and brown sugar and finishes with a hoppy surprising bite from a blend of British and American hops.

Yazoo Brewing: Gerst Amberyazoo

This classic Nashville beer has a bit of history that dates back to prohibition. Gerst Brewery was the original Nashville brewery, however because of prohibition they never recovered. Yazoo partnered with the Chandler Family, owners of the Gerst Haus, to bring this beer back to life! This is a very crisp and clean beer with German malts and a hint of flaked maize, which is true to the original Gerst recipe.

Last Days of Autumn: Delph’s Coffee Stoutlast-days

One of the newest breweries in Knoxville is Last Days of Autumn. This community brewery has hit the beer scene with new and outstanding beers for all beer connoisseurs. Delph’s Coffee Stout is by far one of their best. This is a robust stout with big chocolate, roasted grain, and dark fruit flavors. After primary fermentation they add four pounds of local roasted Three Bears Coffee and two pounds of cocoa nibs! Be sure to check out their taproom too and say hi to Mike and Tracy!

Rogue: Mocha Porterrogue

Another history lesson in beer! Rogue Mocha Porter was once known as New Porter, in honor of the town of Newport, Oregon and home of Rogue Ales. This beer has a bittersweet balance of malt and hops with a light cream finish. The porter pairs great with steak, roast, or even a lovely dessert.


The Weekly Top 5 is provided by Lindsey Robinette from The Casual Pint