Events

Wednesday, May 17th: Another “First”. We make custom beers for our distribution accounts. Our first ever is for Ole’s Guacamole. It’s their new OG’s Amber Ale, and it will be released at their Roan Street location and the JCBC taproom. Thanks to Alfredo, Dylan, and the entire Ole’s staff!

Thursday, May 18th: Fundraiser for Chloe Garner, first individual competitor from the Tri-Cities selected from thousands of athletes to compete in the CrossFit Regional Competition in Nashville. One Dollar per pint sold will go to supporting Chloe in her competition. Doors open at 5 pm.

Friday, May 19th: It’s our next experimental batch release! This time we made “Bond Villain” beers, using a variety of hops called 007. We made beers for Jaws, using Swedish fish; Xenia Onnatop, using passion fruit, Odd Job, using chai tea; and Gold Finger, using oak chips that were soaked in Goldsclager. Come try them all and vote for your favorite! Doors open at 5 pm.

Saturday, May 20th: Racks by the Tracks Beer and BBQ Festival in Kingsport. Also, release of Smoked BBQ Porter at JCBC taproom. Doors open at 1 pm.

Sunday, May 21st: Beermosas with Lia in the Taproom. Open 1 pm-7 pm. Also, our next homebrew bottle share meeting. We are changing it up a little this time. Our friends at the Libation Station in Johnson City will be hosting May’s meeting on Sunday at 4 pm. They will be sharing German-style beers, and the cost is $3 per person. Libation Station is also offering 20% off homebrew supplies during the meeting!

Wednesday, May 24th: It’s Atlanta Braves game night at the Taproom! Try our new Peaches N’ Cream Ale! Half-off your first pint during the game. Only available in the Taproom. Doors open at 5 pm.

Thursday, May 25th: Custom beer release for The Willow Tree! We make custom beers for our distribution accounts. Our next is for our friends at the Willow Tree, right down the block. We worked with Teri on a recipe to make a fresh orange-hibiscus flower wheat ale and will be released at The Willow Tree and the JCBC taproom. Thanks to Teri and the entire Willow Tree staff!

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