Mayday Brewery Comes To Chattanooga Market

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Mayday Brewery has announced plans to expand into the Chattanooga and greater Hamilton County region. Distributed by R.S. Lipman, two of Mayday's flagship beers will be available for order beginning March 1, with the other three arriving later in the spring. 

Based in Murfreesboro, Tenn., Mayday Brewery is currently distributed in over 150 locations in the Middle Tennessee region and features the following beers, arriving March 1, Boro Blonde (Blonde Ale) and Soul (Seasonal Dark Lager).  Arriving in the spring is Velvet Hustle (Pale Ale), Angry Redhead (Red Ale) and Evil Octopus (India Black Ale). 

Mayday also produces small-batch brews for their brewhouse tasting room and seasonal beers such as the Berry Blonde (Raspberry Blonde Ale) and Soul (Dark Lager). Seasonal beers will be available to Chattanooga.

To promote Mayday's arrival to Chattanooga, Mayday is partnering with Heaven & Ale for a pint night featuring all five flagship beers, discounted pints and prize giveaways. The pint night will take place on Tuesday, March 3, from 6-10 p.m. at Heaven & Ale, 304 Cherokee Blvd.  More information can be found here.



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