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

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On Tap This Week:
(Updated: 8/22/2017)
 

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

Tessy’s Pale Ale
a west-coast style hoppy ale with a malty backbone and mango notes

Saison
dry and effervescent with dried-fruit and floral characters; we’ve added bay leaf and coriander to the boil for additional complexity

Blueberry Imperial Milk Stout
Made using Beardsley Farm’s locally-sourced blueberries with tons of chocolate malt and lactose

“The Little One” Apricot Sour Grisette
[Made in Collaboration with Alliance Brewery] This one will make you pucker! It’s a tart, sour ale with notes of apricot in the initial taste as well as its finish

“The Big One” Wheat Wine
Made with a heaping pile of wheat and brewed to a high a.b.v. of around 9.5 percent, this beverage drinks like a barleywine; it has notes of overripe strawberries, caramel, and toffee with a silky and thick body; drink it slow!

Spicy Ginger Ale 
free to women who are pregnant or breastfeeding; loaded with black tea, ginger, and cane sugar

Featured Brews This Week

Southern Ambrosia Ale
(Available Sunday)
Made for Knox Heritage’s Historic Brew Tour through Knoxville this Sunday, we made a beer that highlights the dessert dish Ambrosia, made popular in the late-1800s around the time our building was first established; it has coconut flakes, cherries, pineapples, and lactose in it and will be served through nitro; interested in the tour? Tickets are available now!

Chinook Wet-Hopped India Pale Ale
(Available Thursday)
To the best of our knowledge, no brewery in this region has ever wet hopped an ale with Chinook. Chinook is a strong and pungent hop in comparison to its more commonly used cousin, the Cascade hop; and we used 35 pounds of this freshly picked and locally grown hop in our brew, so come prepared to try a powerfully rare IPA.

 

 

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FOOD TRUCK SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER:

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

** All our food trucks feature vegan/vegetarian options **

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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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