Tuesday – Friday 4:00 – 12:00 a.m.
Saturday 2:00 – 12:00 a.m.
Sunday 2:00 – 9:00 PM


Hop Candy IPA
Tangerine, watermelon, and sweet melon notes with a white grape finish

Tessellation IPA 
Dank and complex with loads of mango notes

Spicy Ginger Ale 
cane sugar, black tea, and ginger (free if you are pregnant or breastfeeding)

Juan Hop Valdez Coffee IPA 
an IPA hopped with Galaxy hops combined with Colombian coffee

Persephone Sour 
(Limited Batch) with a Black Saison base, aged in a gin barrel, this decadent beer is soured with our house culture; its strong notes of red wine blend perfectly with the pronounced acidity; it’s extremely complex but surprisingly quaffable

Moirai Smoked Ale 
Smoke aroma and taste with notes of coffee and walnut

Big Bastard Double IPA 
Dank with strong notes of fruit and hay; smooth body and finish

Passionfruit DIPA
Juicy with strong aroma and taste of passionfruit

Imperial Milk Stout (Nitro) 
Chocolate with a touch of smoke; silky body


Tuesday: Dinner Bell Fresh (Vegan/Vegetarian)
Wednesday: Oishii Japanese Fusion (Japanese)
Thursday: From Scratch Food Truck (Southern)
Friday: Burrito (Mission-style burritos)
Saturday: Cubish (Irish-Cuban Fusion)
Sunday: Captain Muchacho’s (Gourmet Tacos)


Crafty Bastard Brewery is a Knoxville nanobrewery located in the 4th and Gill area on Central Street, only a two minute drive from the downtown Old City. We specialize in unconventionalknox3 craft beers. We keep it small to ensure that we provide the most unique, top-quality beers in East Tennessee. If you’re looking for tropical flavored IPAs, smoky porters, and hop-heavy English style beers as well as casks and infusions, Crafty Bastard Brewery is the place for you! Look through our beer listing. We try to have a constant rotation going, so check back often.

Crafty Bastard Brewery was founded in 2014 by Aaron McClain and Jen Parker. Jen and Aaron have traveled the United States and studied craft beer in places like Portland, Asheville, and San Diego. In love with the innovative efforts of so many small breweries, they wanted to share their passion for the beer world with their hometown of Knoxville, where the craft beer movement is still up-and-coming.

So stop by, have a beer, and enjoy some food from one of Knoxville’s local food trucks.

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