Explore The Pour

First National Craft Hard Seltzer from Oskar Blues Brewery

Oskar Blues is set to launch the first national craft hard seltzer with Wild Basin Boozy Sparkling Water. Wild Basin will be crafted and canned at Oskar Blues’ Longmont, CO, facility that utilizes water from the St. Vrain River to create a clean, pure liquid from its Rocky Mountain origin.

Wild...Read More »

Schlafly Beer's Tasmanian IPA

Featured photo credit: Schlafly Beer

Looking for a new beer to try? Schlafly Beer has a limited release beer with a new look. The Tasmanian IPA ( 7.2% ABV, 65 IBU), is a golden IPA with Australian Galaxy hops, balanced bitterness, and tropical notes throughout. An easily drinkable beer filled with...Read More »

The Crown Royal Purple Bag Project Comes to Nashville

Photo Credit: Crown Royal

Crown Royal for nearly a decade has shipped its product to service members overseas within the iconic purple bag. This year, the brand has started The Crown Royal Purple Bag Project, the brand’s largest generosity commitment to inspire people to...Read More »

Spotlight: Ciders of Tennessee

Long Road Cider

Get to know Tennessee’s first active cidery

By Jeff Hulett

Did you know that just down the way from Memphis you can find Tennessee’s first active cidery? That’s right. After two address changes and countless hours on the phone with every government office...Read More »

City Guide: Knoxville, Tennessee

Knoxville is a city to visit with craft beer in your sights. With 18 breweries at the time of printing, craft beer has taken center stage. Knoxville’s Ale Trail (knoxvillealetrail.com) is the best way to sample all the breweries the city offers....Read More »

Schulz Bräu

Authentic German beer brewed locally in a castle!

By Andy Brantley

Every brewery has a distinct atmosphere and feel. Imagine walking into a castle with a “Great Hall” and a biergarten and ordering German ales and lagers brewed by a German family using...Read More »

Creativity by the Tracks

Devin Rutledge, Depot Street Brewing

Story and Photography by Rob Shomaker, Certified Cierone®

Jonesborough, Tennessee is known as the oldest town in the state. Main Street is adorned with historical buildings and small porches and sprinkled with notes...Read More »

Chattanooga: Take a Tour with Chattabrew Tour

Written by: Kim Stanley

Chattanooga has many breweries that continue to grow and thrive in the Scenic City. If you are a domestic beer lover or a craft beer connoisseur, you will find a brewery in Chattanooga that fits your palate. The list goes on by popular names that people may...Read More »

Memphis Made Brewing Canning "Junt"

Memphis Made Brewing is releasing another year-round beer to add to their collection of cans, while also updating their first regularly-canned offering.

The Midtown brewery is releasing their canned brew called, Junt, a delicately-hopped cream ale made to be easy drinking. They will be released in 12 oz cans throughout Shelby...Read More »

Deep Ellum Brewing Co. 'No Way Rosé' Release at State Fair of Texas

The release of ‘No Way Rosé’ by Deep Ellum Brewing Company will be a tart Southwest-styled rosé ale with a prickly pear punch. Deep Ellum, part of the CANarchy Craft Brew family, collaborated with Oskar Blues, Cigar City Brewing, and Perrin Brewing to celebrate the new joining force. The release...Read More »

CANarchy Donates to Can'd Aid Foundation with Mixed Pack

For the first time, CANarchy Craft Brewery is offering their VOL.1 Mixed Pack of some of their favorite brews. Some of the beers you can find are: Jai Alai IPA–Cigar City, Black Ale–Perrin Brewing, Hop Rising IPA–Squatters Craft Beers, and Dale’s Pale Ale–Oskar Blues.

CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective members have partnered...Read More »

Neon Leon, Hap & Harry's + Kings of Leon New Beer Release

Hap & Harry’s and Grammy award-winning artists Kings of Leon have collaborated on a Tennessee Beer, Neon Leon, an American Lager. The American Lager premiere during the Music City Food + Wine Festival. This is a follow-up collaboration to their 2017 beer, Revlery Ale.

“We’re celebrating 10 years of...Read More »

2018 CANarchy Craft Breweries at the Great American Beer Festival

The Great American Beer Festival is officially here, and for the first time all seven CANarchy craft breweries will be pouring their beers.

To find each CANarchy brewery, they will be between booths #100-110, side by side pouring their beers for you. Here is a list of all the breweries, and...Read More »

Great American Beer Festival getting Hazy

Featured Image Credit Photo: Brewers Association

The 2018 Great American Beer Festival Competition is almost here! The juicy/hazy style beers are making a breakthrough in the competition!

For the first time in competition history, “Juicy/Hazy Pale Ale,” “Juicy/Hazy India Pale Ale,” and Juicy/Hazy Imperial or Double India Pale Ale” will be judged...Read More »

4th Annual Honey Beer Competition 2018

September is National Honey Month! The National Honey Board just announced the results of their 4th Annual Honey Beer Competition. More than 165 beers made with honey competed in their beer style category and Best in Show.

Biloba Frambois from Bioloba Brewing from Brookfield, Wisconsin, went home with Best in Show...Read More »

Brewers Association Supports Small and Independent Brewers

The Brewers Association (BA) announced August 29th, 2018, their new slogan, “That’s Independence You’re Tasting,” to promote independent craft beer brewers.

Now, if you don’t know who the Brewers Association is, they are not-for-profit trade association focused on all small and independent craft brewers. The new slogan brings a positive message...Read More »

Music City Food + Wine Festival Returns September 14-16, 2018

The Sixth Annual Music City Food + Wine Festival announced their return to Nashville on September 14-16, 2018. This year, Carla Hall, Andrew Zimmern, and Anne Burrell, to name a few, join the festivities from the amazing lineup with an addition of acclaimed chefs Billy Durney, Matt Hyland, & Graydon...Read More »

Braxton Brewing Copmany’s Third Anniversary Party

Braxton Brewing Company will be celebrating their third anniversary on Saturday, March 24th with a Block Party directly in front of their taproom on 7th Street. To celebrate, the brewery is partnering with Bunbury Music Festival to host nationally touring band, Grizfolk, and release Buzz Honey Peach...Read More »

The Black Abbey and Jameson Irish Whiskey Launch Limited Release Collaboration

The Black Abbey Brewing Company announced today that it will release a specialty beer brewed as a collaboration with Jameson Irish Whiskey.

Nashville’s Black Abbey Brewing has been selected as one of 16 breweries in the United States to participate in Jameson’s “Drinking Buddies” program. Inspired...Read More »

48 hours in Cincinnati: Drink, Eat, Walk, Ride, Repeat

Request the Author Suite at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza for a beautiful view of the Ohio River. 

Arrive 2:00 p.m. If you’re just arriving into the city, drive directly to Dutch’s to fill your belly with a charcuterie board of some...Read More »

Havana's Local Beer and Food Scene

Enjoying the sun and drinks of the local cafes.

Traveling to Cuba is hard. And it sounds like it might only get harder in the coming months. But we promise it’s worth the effort.

Cuba is a complex country where your best bet is to...Read More »

Our List: Best Happy Hours in Nashville

Johnathan’s Spinach Artichoke dip with Yazoo Hop Perfect IPA

Nearly two years ago I moved home to Nashville after living in Los Angeles for five years. All five years I lived in beach towns, including Santa Monica, Venice and Hermosa Beach. One thing L.A....Read More »

Where There is Music, There is Craft Beer

Pilgrimage Music Festival #makethepilgrimage

Tennessee Craft Beer Magazine is proud to have attended the inaugural Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival in 2015, through to the Third annual Pilgrimage Festival September 23th and 24th, 2017 at the beautiful and picturesque Park at Harlinsdale...Read More »

Tampa's Booming Beer Scene

Yazoo Brewing Company’s Brandon Jones serves samples of Cassis Deux Rouges at Hunahpu Day in Tampa, Florida.

Brandon Jones fills a tasting glass with a few inches of Cassis Deux Rouges, a sour Flanders red ale that tastes of cherries and wine. In front...Read More »

Chattanooga Craft Beer - Our One Night Self-Guided Tour

Chattanooga Craft Beer Scene

So, you just have time for a day trip and all you can think about is a cold, frothy BEER? Well, you are not alone! We had the same idea, so we figured we would do all the work for you, and make our own overnight tours!

Now you...Read More »

Explore the Pour in Lexington KY

Folks flock to the Bluegrass State each spring to toss back a few Juleps, brag about the bets they won or lost on the ponies and experience Bourbon Country. Horses and bourbon are indeed two of Kentucky’s prime resources. But, these days there’s something special brewing in Lexington, Kentucky. Folks...Read More »