Thanksgiving is here. What beers did we choose to drink this year? Here are some that you can try even after all that turkey and pumpkin pie.

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TN Brew Works–Country Roots:

An American Stout from Nashville. This 5.5% ABV is made from sweet potatoes from local farmers out of Delvin Farms. This smooth stout has notes of dark chocolate, and coffee that are roasty and toasty. If you are willing to try a unique beer, this is your beer of choice.






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Memphis Made–Fireside:

An American Red Ale 5.1% ABV, a Munich malt steeped with European hops. A malty and roasty flavor that balances itself out. Grab yourself some cans from this Memphis brewery!




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Oddstory Brewing Co.–Seventh Sense:

A Berliner Weisse at 4%. This cranberry, raspberry, and cheer beer has you wanting to skip the cranberry sauce and have this with your meal. A deliciously sweet beer you cannot get in cans or bottles, but grab a pint, squeaker, or growler in their Chattanooga location. Personally, this is my go-to beer for this Thanksgiving to share.



Dogfish Head–Punkin Ale:

One pumpkin beer had to be added to this list. This one is at a 7% ABV with a rich pumpkin and brown sugar taste. The true pumpkin meat mixed with spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar will make you not want to skip drinking this one.





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Ballast Point–Spruce Tip Sculpin IPA:

We had to choose one beer to start “The Most Wonderful Time of Year.” At a 7% ABV, this IPA has hints of piney, citrus, and wood characters from the Oregon spruce tips they use. The hops is complimented with a red berry, lemon, and wine grapes flavor. Start your holiday season right and try this one!



We are not only thankful for craft beer. We are thankful to our readers and breweries in Tennessee and the surrounding states. Thanks for supporting us and the love for craft beer! Cheers! Happy Thanksgiving!