1. Holston River Brewing Company, Bristol
2623 Volunteer Pkwy, Bristol
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Bristol’s first and only brewery. Holston River Brewing contains several different components, including the brewery, taproom, outdoor area, and stage.
2. Smoky Mountain Brewery
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Smoky Mountain Brewery is one of the largest working micro breweries in the state of TN, with locations in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Knoxville and Maryville.
3. Boscos Restaurant & Brewing Company, Memphis
2120 Madison Ave, Memphis
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Boscos offers a variety of award-winning, handcrafted beers including internationally recognized Famous Flaming Stone, Midtown Brown, seasonal beers, and many others.
4. Calfkiller Brewing Company, Sparta
1839 Blue Springs Road, Sparta
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At Calfkiller Brewing Co. they believe beer should not be merely tasted but experienced, that beer should be made by hand in small batches with the best and least processed ingredients and in augmenting their hand crafted ales with local ingredients.
5. Blackberry Farm, Walland
1471 W Millers Cove Rd, Walland
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At the Blackberry Farm Brewery, the aim is to craft beers that are unique and rooted in tradition, while speaking to natural nuances of the farm.
6. Memphis Made Brewing Company, Memphis
768 S Cooper St, Memphis
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Memphis Made is a small independent production brewery. They’re predominantly a seasonal brewery, with one year-round beer and then brewing several seasonal beers at a time, changing them up every couple of months.
7. Ghost River Brewing, Memphis
827 S Main St, Memphis
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Located in West Tennessee, Ghost River Brewing brews handcrafted, full-flavored ales. They use water from the Memphis Sands Aquifer and guarantee every handcrafted, full-flavored Ghost River Ale is the freshest beer available.
8. O’Possum’s, Murfreesboro
2341 Memorial Blvd, Murfreesboro
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O’Possum’s is one of the smallest breweries that you’ve ever seen, but it just may be the best you’ve ever put in your mouth.
9. High Cotton Brewing Co., Memphis
598 Monroe Ave, Memphis
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High Cotton Brewing Company is dedicated to connecting the community through beer and beer to the city of their birth, Memphis, Tennessee.
10. Studio Brew, Kingsport
5074 Lake Forest Dr, Kingsport
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Studio Brew is a unique contract brewery taking an artistic approach to craft beer without boundaries while respecting the styles created eons ago.
11. Honky Tonk Brewing Co., Nashville
240 Cumberland Bend, Nashville
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Honky Tonk Brewing Co. is all about brewing craft beer and promoting music!
12. McHale’s Brewhouse, Chattanooga
724 Ashland Ter, Chattanooga
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McHale’s Brewhouse is a Scotch-Irish Pub with an attached nanobrewery. Their Scottish Pride won a gold metal at Great American Beer Festival 2014 in the Scottish-Style Ale category.
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