Twenty-five breweries from Chattanooga and around the state have been hand-picked for the eighth installment of the special-release and rare beer revival presented by Riverside Wine & Spirits.
Chattabrewga returns Saturday, March 14, but in a new home, The Signal. Only 650 tickets will be sold at this benefit for Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition.
The craft beer festival will offer guests the opportunity to sample more than 75 beers, focusing on stouts and barrel-aged beers from each brewery, but they will also pour non-dark beer styles.
If you go
› What: Chattabrewga
› Where: The Signal, 1810 Chestnut St.
› When: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, March 14
› Admission: $60 general admission, $30 designated-driver ticket
The $60 ticket includes a 5-ounce tasting glass, drinking/rinse water and samples of all beers. No tokens required!
The $30 designated-driver ticket includes a food voucher for one of the three food trucks on-site. The first 250 guests will receive a free doughnut from Tasty Donuts.
Asheville, North Carolina's DJ JutRut returns to spin this year's soundtrack and keep the party going.
All IDs will be checked at the gate. Everyone must be age 21 or older. Neither pets nor children will be allowed. Book a babysitter now if you plan to go.
Chattabrewga After Party
Keep the afternoon fun coming with live music and food options at Five Wits Brewing Co., 1501 Long St. The after-party starts at 2 p.m. Saturday. Show your Chattabrewga wristband and receive a dollar off a Five Wits beer.