The first multi-state beer trail in the US
How it Works
After downloading you simply need to provide some quick information and verify that you are at least 21 or older. After this is complete simply visit a brewery or local craft tap house on the trail.
Then while inside the brewery visit the breweries page look for the Brewly Noted Beer Trail barrel top and bring your phone within 10-15ft of the barrel top.
If you haven't completed your hard copy Trail Log, do so before their expiration on April 1, 2017.
- Visit 6 breweries (a 6-Pack) and receive a free Brewly Noted Koozie
- Visit ALL breweries and get a Brewly Noted T-Shirt!
- NOTE: Because of Virginia Law, prizes can ONLY be picked up in Tennessee. We recommend visiting a Tennessee brewery last to receive your prize or you may visit another brewery to receive your items.
We are here to help you along the trail. If you have questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact us directly.
Event 6 Pack
The Brewly Noted 6 Pack accepts all events that include 3 or more breweries from the Brewly Noted Beer Trail. To submit your event, please fill out the form on the event submission page:
Events List Navigation
A celebration of all things Craft Beer throughout Virginia.Find out more »
Holston River brewers, Chris and Jess will be teaching a class on yeast while featuring a cask of their new Dark Belgian strong ale.Find out more »
Ranked by as one of the ‘7 Best Oktoberfests in the US’ by Paste Magazine in 2014 along with the ‘Top 50 Festivals by Blue Ridge…Find out more »
A discussion with the Brew Master and National Sales Director on why consistency is the key to success in craft brewingFind out more »
The homebrew forum includes all regional homebrew clubs and independent homebrewers on the changes in Tennessee law, brewing equipment, ingredients and homebrew greatness.Find out more »
A classic holiday game. Craft beer lovers who participate are asked to bring a bottle from their stash (One special 22oz bomber is preferred or two…Find out more »
Who said opening a brewery was easy? JRH Brewing Co discusses the trials and tribulations of opening a brewing in Tennessee, from homebrewer to brewery owner.Find out more »
Join Johnson City Brewing Company in a special hidden beer release, meet the brewer and learn about craft beer in the region. Also, enjoy a book…Find out more »