Brooks Grain is Sponsoring Grains & Grits Festival

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Brooks Grain is sponsoring the Townsend Grains & Grits Festival!

The event is taking place on November 5th, 2016 in Townsend, Tennessee at The Peaceful Side of the Smokies. This amazing venue is nestled in a beautiful corner of Eastern Tennessee near the Great Smoky Mountains. This is the perfect setting for outdoor recreation, so you may want to stay a few extra days and enjoy the stunning scenery and limitless hiking trails after the festival!

The Townsend Grain & Grits Festival is all about southern spirits and delicious food. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience excellent craft spirits and gourmet cuisine as well as exploring legendary blenders and distillers in the region.

Whether you are a foodie, a consumer, a spirit professional, or a bartender, you will find something to love at this exciting sampling event. Enjoy live entertainment featuring Tara Thompson, sweet and savory snacks from local restaurants such as Blackberry Farm and Dancing Bear Appalachian Bistro, and a wide selection of craft spirits brought to you by regional legends.

Which legends you ask? Jeff Arnett with Jack Daniels Distillery, Kenner Shanton with Old Forge Distillery, Greg Eldam with Sugarlands Distillery, Master Distillers of George Dickel Distillery, and Jason Franklin with Thunder Road Distillery, to name a few.

This event is for spirit lovers 21 and up. Interested? Click here for tickets, the festival will take place rain or shine!

 

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About Brooks Grain

Brooks Grain provides high quality grain services for the craft distilling and brewing industry backed by 50 years of experience. We understand that the final product is as distinctive as the people that make it. Your craft distillery might be just getting started, but we’ve been around the block once or twice and we’d love to help show you the way.

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