Great Chattanooga Urban Hike To Benefit Tennessee State Parks Set For Saturday

Monday, August 12, 2019

Tennessee Brew Works, green|spaces and Hand Family Companies have teamed up with some of Chattanooga’s bars, restaurants and even a hostel to celebrate and benefit Tennessee State Parks at this year’s Great Chattanooga Urban Hike this Saturday.  The Hike begins at 5 p.m. at:  

• Feed Co. Table & Tavern, 201 W. Main Street, then moves on to
• Hi-Fi Clyde’s, 122 W. Main Street at 6 p.m., then,
• Slick’s Burgers, 309 W. Main Street at 7 p.m., then,
• Flying Squirrel, 55 Johnson Street at 8 p.m., then,
• The Crash Pad, 29 Johnson Street at 9 p.m.

“This event is a great opportunity to see some awesome Chattanooga bars, enjoy some incredible Tennessee-made craft beer and raise money for our state parks at the same time,” said Austin Sawyer, director of craft beer, Hand Family Companies.

The hike or “pub crawl” presented in partnership with the Hand Family Companies of Chattanooga and green|spaces and will feature Tennessee Brew Works’ 100-percent all Tennessee grain State Park Blonde Ale that benefits Tennessee’s 56 State Parks. 

"green|spaces, a nonprofit based in Chattanooga, works toward regional sustainability by progressing the way we live, work and build in Chattanooga and the surrounding region," officials said.  "Three of the five Urban Hike venues incorporated green|spaces as part of their build out. green|spaces will be on site providing door prizes, along with Tennessee Brew Works and Hand Family Companies."

At each location, participants will receive raffle tickets for a chance of winning the grand prize, a free weekend stay at the Tennessee State Park of their choice, plus a case of Tennessee Brew Works beer and swag basket. The winner will be announced at The Crash Pad as the evening concludes with a free concert by Behold the Brave.


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