First brewery in Tennessee, so thatís neat. Kind of the big boy of the scene, I guess. Nice sized location and we happened to be visiting on their 12th Anniversary, so special pricing on all the beers during the visit meant that a number of samples and full pours came out to to less than $10. Amazing, though normally not quite so cheap, still not expensive.
They do offer a flight, but itís predetermined. However, you can just order taster sized pours of everything, so no need to really worry about it too much. They had a number of Embrace the Funk offerings on tap and in bottles as well as their normal lineup and a few seasonal drafts. Nice selection and, generally, good quality. I really liked their hefeweizen quite a bit. Other beers were mostly good, but not great.
Service is pretty good, though they got busy quite fast, even though we arrived right as they opened.
The circumstances of my visit probably inflated my view a bit, but I really enjoyed my trip here.
Been trying to come here for years, and it finally happened. Extremely average everything about this place. The facility, the beer, the atmosphere, and none of it stood out. The flight was cool using the small snifters in a giant wooden Y tray, but the beers in the flight were so-so at best. All in all very disappointing, and there are at least five better options within walking distance. Funny that all of the last ten reviews were in the 70s...
Warehouse with incredibly crappy parking situation (had flashbacks of trying to find parking near Cantillon with streets just as narrow). Luckily I was alone and got a seat at the bar without a wait - was very busy on a Saturday. Only flight available was their year-round beers but as Travlr said, can get small pours of any beer. Bottle sales as well - had single bombers of Sue but only sold cases of their other beers. Definitely a great stop once you find parking.
Medium sized tasting room next to what appeared to be a fairly large brewery. They pick the beers in a tasting flight, but you can order 3-4 ounce pours of any of them, one at a time. Tours are available, bottle sales as well. Three different seasonals on when I visited.
This is a classic brewery taproom, featuring all of the Yazoo regulars, seasonals, and even something special now and then. The bartenders are always super friendly, and although they donít really serve food, they almost always have a good food truck outside and food can be brought inside. Prices are very fair.
Visited on a Saturday afternoon, was pretty crowded, but plenty of room to find a spot to enjoy a few of their beers. There was no food, except for a pretzel stand on the premises. We tried the sampler and then a couple of other beers that were not on the sampler. All were decent, nothing exceptional. . Decent location, near a couple of other breweries and a bottle shop. We would go again, maybe take the tour next time.