Heaven & Ale Brewing Company Expanding To Main Street; Lookouts Split Off Concessions Business

Thursday, January 9, 2020 - by Gail Perry

Heaven & Ale Brewing Company is expanding the brand with the opening of a new location at 338 E. Main Street. Owner of the business, Joseph Windland Jr., was approved for a consumer / carry-out beer license for the new bar by the Chattanooga Beer Board.  

 

The production facility and tasting room for Haven & Ale at 300 Cherokee Blvd.

in North Chattanooga will remain open. The new business in the growing Southside neighborhood is considered to be a craft beer bar. Heaven and Ale beers will be sold along with an assortment of other beers that are brewed in Tennessee. Ciders, Seltzers, non-alcoholic craft beers and a small menu of pre-packaged food will also be available. There is an outdoor seating area that can be accessed from inside the bar which can seat 35 customers. The occupancy inside is about 42.

 

A new consumer beer licenses was given to Thomas Mozingo, representing Chattanooga Concessions & Catering. This business is splitting from the umbrella of the Chattanooga Lookouts. The concessions side of the business is separating from the baseball side, said Mr. Mozingo. He told the board that he sees professional baseball being in Chattanooga for a long time. There are challenges involving facilities, he said, but the company is working with major league baseball and landowners to resolve the issues.

 

The 2503 Station Grill at 2503 Westside Dr. has a new owner, Medardo Camacho. The restaurant will continue to serve food and beer and will retain the previous employees, but was required to get a new consumer beer permit because of the ownership change.

 

Super Tobacco, 7401 E. Brainerd Road, Suite 120, received a license to sell carry-out beer.


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