Six pack of 12 oz. bottles of Country Roots Sweet Potato Stout by Tennessee Brew Works

Six pack of 12 oz. bottles of Country Roots Sweet Potato Stout by Tennessee Brew Works

Tennessee Brew Works Releases “Country Roots” Sweet Potato Stout

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Tennessee Brew Works and Delvin Farms, a family-owned organic farm located in College Grove, Tennessee, are once again partnering to create the newest Tennessee winter seasonal beer, Country Roots® sweet potato stout.

Sales Sheet for the Country Roots Sweet Potato Stout by Tennessee Brew Works

Sales Sheet for the Country Roots Sweet Potato Stout by Tennessee Brew Works

Country Roots Sweet Potato Stout, ABV 5.5%, IBU 30, uses generous amounts of Delvin Farm’s sweet potatoes, roasted by their own in-house chef, to create a silky smooth and creamy stout. Melodies of coffee and dark chocolate transition into a chorus of toasted and roasted notes. The face on the beer label is Hank Delvin, Jr himself, Head Farmer and Delvin Farms proprietor.

“From farm to bottle, we are excited to be partnered with Tennessee Brew Works to once again use our just harvested sweet potatoes to ferment a delicious beer,” says Hank Delvin, Jr., “Farming is a labor of love, just like brewing, and we are happy to see our potatoes used in such a creative and unique blend.”

“The Delvin Family Farm is very important to the fabric of Tennessee agriculture,” says Christian Spears, Founder and President of Tennessee Brew Works. “We feel privileged to collaborate with such an esteemed member of the Tennessee farming community to create a beer truly indigenous of where we live.”

Country Roots will be released at Tennessee Brew Works’ Taproom on Friday, November 8th.

It will also be available at Nashville retailers, including but not limited to:

Friday, November 8th:

  • Midtown Cork and Dorks – tasting November 8th 1-3 PM
  • Mt Juliet Beer Co – tasting November 9th 3 – 5 PM
  • Turnip Truck East – tasting November 12th 5:30 – 7:30 PM
  • Turnip Truck Gulch – tasting November 14th 5:30 – 7:30 PM
  • Frugal MacDoogal – tasting November 15th 12 – 2 PM
  • Stones River Murfreesboro
  • Filling Station East
  • Filling Station 12th South

Coming Soon:

  • Red Dog Wine and Spirits
  • Providence Wine and Spirits
  • Sinkers Beverages
  • Red Spirits Bellevue
  • Craft Brewed
  • Taps off Main
  • Barrels and Brews

Available in Chattanooga soon at:

  • Barley Chattanooga
  • Bitter Alibi
  • Feed Company
  • Slick’s Burgers
  • Lupi’s Pizza Ooltewah
  • Pizza Bros
  • Sigler’s Craft Beer & Cigars
  • Riverside Wine & Spirits
  • Jack Browns
  • Basecamp Bar and Restaurant
  • Brewhaus
  • Earth Fare
  • Pax Breu Ruim

Available in Knoxville soon at:

  • Merchants of Beer
  • Total Wine

About Delvin Farms

Delvin Farms is a family-owned organic farm established in College Grove, Tennessee 1972. They are one of the largest organic farms in middle Tennessee and one of the largest Community Supported Agriculture (“CSA”) farms in the state. They offer a seasonal veggie CSA program during summer season and can be found at local farmer’s markets throughout the middle-Tennessee area. To learn more, visit Delvin Farms at delvinfarms.com.

Contact Info

Company: Tennessee Brew Works
Contact: Christian Spears
Email: info@tnbrew.com

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