Craft Beers at Our Hamilton Place Restaurant
After a long, hard day there are few things more refreshing than an ice cold beer. Our Hamilton Place restaurant offers a wide variety of rotating local and regional craft beers. From light summer wheats to rich stouts and hoppy IPAs, there is sure to be a brew to please your palate.
Whether it’s a frosty brew for happy hour or a pairing with a meal, these brews are sure to please.
Belgium’s original Stella Artois is a European Pale Lager. This premium lager has a clean, crisp taste and a full flavor. Using the original Stella Artois yeast and Saaz hops, Stella has a hoppy aroma with a slight hint of fruitiness.
Devils Backbone Vienna Lager
The Vienna Lager is the flagship beer of the small brewery located in Roseland, Virginia. Combining Vienna, Pilsen, Dark Munich and Carmel malts with Northern Brewer and Saaz hops, Vienna Lager is mild in taste with toasted caramel flavors. The amber brew has many noted accolades including a gold medal from the Great American Beer Festival.
Bell’s Two Hearted Ale
This IPA is brewed with 100% Centennial hops from the Pacific Northwest. Deriving its name from the Two Hearted River on the upper peninsula of Michigan, this ale is rich in a variety of hops. The Two Hearted Ale is balanced with citrus and floral notes.
New Belgium Citradelic
Citra hops and tangerine peel mix to create a topical, fruity beer. The medium bodied Citradelic is mild, sweet and slightly bitter. The light and herbal IPA provides a smooth and dry flavor that is easy to drink.
Wise Acre Gotta Gotta Get Up to Get Down
This Coffee Milk Stout is brewed in Memphis. Using beans from Ethiopia’s Konga region, Wise Acre creates a medium body coffee balance. The unique beans conjure a sweet roast and a blueberry pie flavor. The milk sugar provides a sweet flavor when combined with the rolled oats. The brew has been described as, “Red Bull and vodka done the long way for old men; not teenagers.”
McHales’s Scottish Pride
Chattanooga’s own McHale’s Brewhouse has created an award winning traditional Scottish ale. Complex yet simple, the Scottish malts have a character all their own. Using traditional yeast, McHale’s preserves a complex malt flavor and allows for a pleasing finish. The brew won a gold medal at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival. “Our beer is brewed with love, for the love of beer.”
Highland Gaelic Ale
Highland Brewing Company in Asheville didn’t disappoint with their most popular brew, the Gaelic Ale. The rich malty body of this amber American ale is balanced by a hop bitterness. The Gaelic Ale is similar in color to a Scottish ale but has the flavor and body of an American amber.
Chattanooga Brewing Company Chestnut Street Brown Ale
This unfiltered brown ale got its name from the brewery’s location. With few hops and a subtle chocolate flavor, the Chestnut Street Brown Ale is the perfect accompaniment to any meal.
Bell’s Oberon Ale
Bell’s Oberon Wheat Ale is a classic summer brew. Fruity aromas, rich hops create smooth taste of this seasonal beer. Free or fruits and spices, only 4 ingredients are used to create this American Pale Wheat Ale.
Join us at the bar or on the patio for a cold craft beer. Visit us during happy hour Monday- Friday from 3-7pm and weekends from 11am-4pm for $2 Bud Light pints and $2.50 specialty drafts. Cheers!