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Wiseacre Brewery, Memphis

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  • Wiseacre is a nice place to hang out with friend and family. The atmosphere is very laid back. There are about 8-10 diffferent beers to try. My favorite is the Tiny Bomb. This is a must visit place wh...  more »
  • My family and another family we are friends with toured Wiseacre after talking about it for two years. This is a great place to see a professional small brewing operation. The hospitality was fantasti...  more »
  • The trip to Wiseacre was not my first visit in the brewery and therefore it was great to compare. This is a small but very cosy brewery full of passionate people who continuously implement their ideas...  more »
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  • Great beer. Cheap growlers ($8). But, I've never been to a craft brewery that charges for samples ($1.75) (and we hit every brewery we can find in every state we travel). Samples are a good size, but if your samples are so large that you need to charge, then get smaller glasses or don't fill them. I just need a couple of sips. Good atmosphere. Service was good.
  • Absolutely fantastic brewery and taproom. A must-go for all beer lovers. We took the tour, which is basically an excuse to get loaded while learning about the beer making process. The tour consists of about, if I'm remembering correctly 4 10-oz beers in the space of an hour. All their beers are top shelf great. The Tiny Bomb, while great and I think considered their flagship, was actually my least favorite. Don't get me wrong though, it was great, but then I tried Gotta Get Up to Get Down, and Astronaut Status, and Starless and was blown away. We brought a bunch back home to Chicago, because they don't ship out their beer to stores anywhere near us (or outside Tennessee? Not sure about that, but yeah) No food. Just beer. Our tour guide (woman. Can't remember her name, sorry! We were there 4 months ago!) was great, friendly, very knowledgeable and was happy to have a conversation over some beers after the tour was done. The taproom gets a little loud, but it's super cozy, and the art is great.
  • Great beers! Cool atmosphere and nice outside patio area. Taking off a star because the service was cold and unfriendly.
  • If you are a beer lover, then this is the place to be in Memphis. They make it all in house. They have all types, IPAs, wheat, saisons, dark, etc.... (AND THEY HAVE IMPERIAL BEERS, but on occasions). In the summer on Saturdays nights, they have a bands and food trucks, but food trucks are there almost every night, and yes the food is really good comfort food.
  • These folks know what beer is about, they made the first IPA I've ever liked (Ananda.) If you're there ask for Dave Tom and tell him I sent you, and prepare for the happiest beer experience yet!