HISTORY IN THE DRINKING
The finest German-style beer in the southeast flowed from the taps of Chattanooga Brewing Company at the turn of the 20th century — that is, until Prohibition forced the brewery’s founding son, Charles Reif, to shutter the family business.
Nearly a century later, two crafty engineers brought together by their mutual love for beer embarked on an adventure to brew something great in the city they both love. With that, a new chapter for Chattanooga Brewing Company commenced, one rooted in the German-style ales and lagers that put its namesake on the map over 100 years ago.
Today, we continue to celebrate the pints poured before us, all while brewing a line of classic and specialty beers that will certainly stand the test of time. Visit Chattanooga Brewing Company in the city’s historic Southside and taste for yourself.