Heading to Memphis

Thu Sep 19, 2013 6:51 pm

Anyone have recommendations for bars, brewpubs or breweries to check out while I'm down there. Would love to try some beer that I can't get in NY. Thanks!
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Re: Heading to Memphis

Fri Sep 20, 2013 9:49 am

GloridazeBrewing wrote:Anyone have recommendations for bars, brewpubs or breweries to check out while I'm down there. Would love to try some beer that I can't get in NY. Thanks!

I can't speak to any bars, but I had great ribs at Marlowe's on Elvis Presley Blvd. I know there's a Bosco's Brew pub, but we never made it there.
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Re: Heading to Memphis

Fri Sep 20, 2013 1:43 pm

I don't recall there being much actually in Memphis in the way of breweries. However, things you can get there that you can't get in NY: Sweetwater (GA), Schlafly (MO), Yazoo (Nashville), Abita (LA). For food, barbecue just about anywhere, or check out Gus's fried chicken. If you go bottle shopping, hit a beer store and a liquor store (for higher gravity beers--all beer over 6 or 7% has to be sold there).

This is a great place for a sandwich and a pint for lunch: Young Avenue Deli
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Re: Heading to Memphis

Fri Oct 04, 2013 1:59 pm

Thanks guys. Got to try Ghost River, Schlafly & Yazoo. Gus' Chicken lived up to the hype. Flying Saucer downtown is the place to go for a great beer selection.
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