The Chattanooga Brewing Company has roots that extend back into the city as far back as 1890. It has recently been revived by Mark Marcum and Jonathan Clark, who have infused the vintage brand with a rejuvenated passion for home brewing and craft technique. They’ve established a few staple beers that pay homage to the original German recipes that were made famous by the Chattanooga Brewing Company so long ago. If it’s your first visit, you should definitely raise a glass of the Imperial Pilsner in respect, they’ve kept it as close to the original recipe as possible.
The business has gone from strength to strength and thanks to expansion, the new venue not only offers a much larger capacity for brewing up tasty batches of the finest beers and ales, they’re also now capable of offering a food menu to patrons that boasts a wealth of choice that is a cut above your average bar snack. The beer will always be their main focus, but their food complements and accentuates the innovative and creative approach they take to combining flavor and heritage recipes.
Having the benefit of being a local business with roots in the area that stretch back a long way, the team pride themselves on maintaining and championing local growth and business. The brews themselves are largely made from locally sourced ingredients and the food menu utilizes local connections wherever possible.
The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and is always on hand to recommend your new favorite beer based on your particular taste. It’s a family-friendly atmosphere within a relaxed, simple setting.
If you view the brewing process much the same as the art of cooking, then Chattanooga Brewing Company’s head chefs are the owners Jonathan Clark and Mark Marcum. They take great pride in providing innovative ingredients and experimental processes to make truly unforgettable beers. Whilst they take great pride in and pay homage to the traditional recipes, it’s the twists and new directions they’re taking the brewery in that are really interesting. The beer menu is in constant evolution and flux, meaning you can try something new on every visit. You might find your new favorite beer was a one-off and next time you visit it isn’t there anymore, but talk to the staff and find out what it was about it that you liked and they’ll recommend your new favorite. It’s a fun and educational process.
Hours of Operation
Chattanooga Brewing Company is open 7 days a week, Monday through Thursday from 3:00pm to 10:00pm, Friday and Saturday from 11:00am to 12:00am, and Sunday from 11:00am to 4:00pm.
? Appetizers - Beer cheese nachos, Chatt Brew Wings, classic twist flatbread, hummus, margherita flatbread, spent grain pretzel, and spicy chicken flatbread.
? Mains - The Brew House Salad, Chatt Brew Burger, Chatt Brew Wings, Chickbock Tenders, Hot Chick, hummus wrap, and the Rivers.
? Drinks - Offering a few year-round staples, the crew pride themselves on innovative twists, originality, and fresh brews. You can always grab a glass of the dark chocolatey Chickbock Maibock or the fiery Hot Mama, or you can try something new from the seasonal range.
1804 Chestnut St, Chattanooga, TN 37408, website, Phone: 423-702-9958
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