Main Street Farmers Market To Host "Falltoberfest" Market At Chattanooga Brewing Oct. 21

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Main Street Farmers Market is set to host a special “Falltoberfest” themed market on Wednesday, Oct. 21. The market will take place at Chattanooga Brewing Company, 1804 Chestnut St., from 4-6 p.m.

Chattanooga Brewing Company will be featuring two special beers during the market, including their soon to be released Oktoberfest Lager. Those will be sold for $3 each.

The brewery will also be featuring menu specials during this event. “We strive to provide an exciting festival environment for this event, while highlighting our high-quality beer and menu offerings,” said Phil Harris, CFO of Chattanooga Brewing Company.

With over 30 vendors, guests can expect a day of entertainment and shopping, as well as live music by regular Market vendor Peter Gerrard from 5-8 p.m. in the Beer Garden.

“We expect this Falltoberfest celebration to be a lot of fun, minding social distancing practices, of course," said Jessie Gantt-Temple, president of MSFM's Board of Directors. "The Main Street Farmers Market highlights a variety of local vendors, and provides a good environment for the whole family to enjoy. After one crazy summer, we are looking forward to celebrating all things fall like pumpkins and chestnuts on Chestnut Street.”

Main Street Farmers Market is a producers-only, farmer-run market. It was founded to provide a viable marketing outlet for local farmers and food producers and to bring locally grown products to Chattanooga area consumers.

Through thoughtful consideration, each vendor at the Market has proven to produce high quality, sustainably grown and prepared goods.  All the vendors come to the Market from within a 100-mile radius of downtown Chattanooga, and each of them places a personal emphasis on growing or creating in environmentally friendly ways.



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