Blackberry Farm Announces Beer Month

Blackberry Farm celebrates the end of summer with its first ever beer month.
Staff Writer

Blackberry Farm

Blackberry Farm’s three beers aspire to reflect the farmhouse ambiance of the 4,200-acre estate.

To pay an ode to the end of another season, Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tenn. is hosting its first beer month this September to “sip away the summer season.”

The 4,2000-acre estate, tucked away in the Great Smoky Mountains, typically has a waiting “allocation list” for its beer, which is “low production, high quality.”

The brewery features three different varieties — Saison “Classic Saison,” Pale Ale “Farm Ale,” and Dubbel “Screaming Cock” — all of which will be available at the festivities.

On a weekly cycle throughout the month, there will be special tastings, lectures, and flights from some of the industry’s top beer producers. 

Every Monday, there will be discussions of beers and hands-on brewery tours. Every Tuesday, regional beer tastings will be held with beverage manager Andrew Noye. Wednesday will feature beer dinners indoors and outdoors, weather permitting. The end of the week will conclude with brewery tours and tastings every Thursday and Friday.

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