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January 12, 2021
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Local Beer East Tennessee

Local and craft beers tend to come from smaller or independent breweries specializing in the artisan and traditional attributes of beer.  A craft brewer is classified when annual production is less than 6 million barrels of beer.

Domestic and even most imported beers are the “big dog” breweries.  What separates them is if they are brewed here in the states or overseas. Many of these are great to cook with or have become American staples.  From having a Budweiser at a barbecue, or a Corona at the lake, these beers have a home in our hearts too.

Come shop our selection of the best local beers at the Wine and Spirits Cellar.

YEE-HAW WINTER PORTER

At 6% and ~20 IBUs, this complex, malt-forward flavor profile contains multitudes. English porter meets German Schwarzbier with hints of dark fruit, black currant and Madagascar vanilla.

YEE-HAW OKTOBERFEST

YEE-HAW! South of the border meets southern hospitality. You hold in your hand a delectable clash of cultures. We took the classic Mexican lager you know and love and infused it with locally sourced malts and flaked corn. The result is a creamy, slightly hoppy brew with a smooth, clean finish. It’s light, it’s crisp, and oh so delicioso.

YEE-HAW EASY | EASY DOES IT

Made for celebration, it’s a reward for an epic ride, long run or mowing the yard. On the lake or at a backyard party, this isn’t sipping beer, it’s drinking beer.

YEE-HAW CERVEZA

YEE-HAW! South of the border meets southern hospitality. You hold in your hand a delectable clash of cultures. We took the classic Mexican lager you know and love and infused it with locally sourced malts and flaked corn. The result is a creamy, slightly hoppy brew with a smooth, clean finish. It’s light, it’s crisp, and oh so delicioso.