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SawWorks Brewing Company

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  • TENNESSEE BREW STARS: Dave Ohmer is head brewer at Knoxville’s own craft-beer brewery, Saw Works Brewing Company.
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  • TENNESSEE BREW STARS: Linus Hall is the president of Nashville’s Yazoo Brewing Company , the state’s largest brewery.
  • Married co-owners Anne Ford and Matt Pacetti share the joy of craft-brewed beer at their Gay Street bar, Suttree’s High Gravity Tavern.
  • FEELING CASUAL: Beer shops like the Casual Pint not only sell exotic bottles of brew, they also serve up drafts, as demonstrated by “Ratchet.”
  • MARKET WATCH: The Bearden Beer Market was Knoxville’s first dedicated craft-beer shop, and features an outdoor patio that hosts beer-centric events, like its Oktoberfest celebration with all-German brews, on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2-6 p.m.
  • MARKET WATCH: The Bearden Beer Market was Knoxville’s first dedicated craft-beer shop, and features an outdoor patio that hosts beer-centric events, like its Oktoberfest celebration with all-German brews, on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2-6 p.m.
  • MARKET WATCH: The Bearden Beer Market was Knoxville’s first dedicated craft-beer shop, and features an outdoor patio that hosts beer-centric events, like its Oktoberfest celebration with all-German brews, on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2-6 p.m.

Despite the state's 17 percent beer wholesale tax, craft beer is slowly coming into its own.

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