We appreciate you taking the time to read this blog about where to buy wine, liquor, and beer in Chattanooga. Our local alcohol guide will attempt to cover the subject in as much depth as possible.
We’ll start with a list of the best liquor stores and wine shops in your area. Anyone who wants to buy a bottle of vodka, tequila, wine, or a case of beer will get their information quickly so they can go get what they desire soon.
Following that we’ll look into the top breweries and beer bars near you before sharing a list of excellent wine bars. Wineries and vineyards near Chattanooga will be mentioned, and we’ll finish up by discussing some of the greatest local happy hours where you can get cheap alcoholic drinks after work.
An alcohol map for your area will be shared near the end that has all of the establishments we’ve mentioned linked to it. Posts on wine, liquor, and beer for cities around the Southeast can be looked through at that link if interested.
Best Liquor Stores & Wine Shops In Chattanooga
You will be able to buy a case of beer, a bottle of vodka, tequila, or wine, or just about any other alcoholic beverage at one of the best Chattanooga liquor stores and wine shops:
- Lamplight Package Store at 5032 Brainerd Rd
- J J’s Liquor Store at 4204 Rossville Blvd
- Jax Liquor Store at 216 Market St
- Imbibe Chattanooga at 1616 Broad St
- Wine and Spirits at 6804 Shallowford Rd
- Riverside Wine & Spirits at 600 Manufacturers Rd
- Riley’s Wine & Spirits at 4818 Hixson Pike #4416
- Harry’s Wine & Spirits at 705 Signal Mountain Rd
Imbibe Chattanooga is a wine, spirits, and beer store that provides exceptional service and extensive beverage knowledge. Wine club members will receive 5% off all wine purchases during the month, as well as 15% off all case purchases.
Riverside Wine & Spirits provides an online delivery and is open Monday through Saturday until 9pm and Sundays are closed. Riley’s Wine & Spirits sells just about everything including whiskey, cognac, vodka, tequila, rums, champagnes, wines, and a wide variety of beers, including High Gravity Beers.
Harry’s Wine & Spirits has one of the largest selections of wines and spirits near you.
Breweries & Beer Bars Near You
These local breweries and beer bars are fantastic places to go whether you want to sample new suds or just watch the game with some friends:
- Wanderlinger Brewing at 1208 King St
- Five Wits Brewing at 1501 Long St
- Mad Knight Brewing Company at
- Odd Story Brewing at 336 E M L King Blvd
- Brewhaus at 224 Frazier Ave
- Barley Chattanooga at 235 E M L King Blvd
- Heaven & Ale Brewpub at 342 E Main St
- Tanasi Brewing & Supplies at 1510 Riverside Dr
Wanderlinger Brewing’s patio and interior seating are available for hosting events, corporate gatherings, team gatherings, and parties, with curbside pick-up also available at the brewery. Five Wits Brewing is now accepting wholesale orders in addition to selling to the average Joe.
Mad Knight Brewing Company first opened its doors in April 2017. Odd Story Brewing is available for private event bookings and also offers personalized wedding label cans. Club pint night discounts are available when renting the taproom for a private gathering. They are closed on Monday and Sunday and stay open until 9pm the other weekdays and 10pm on weekends.
Brewhaus is the only German-American gastropub in your area with a strong emphasis on chef-driven food combined with good lager and wine in a relaxed atmosphere.
Trivia Nights are held on Thursdays at 7pm at Heaven & Ale Brewpub.
Wine Bars In Chattanooga
Visit wine bars in your area for a date night, a business meeting, or for a gather with friends:
- JMac’s at 608 Georgia Ave
- Wine Down Bistro & Lounge at 9431 Bradmore Lane #109
- Fountainhead Taproom at 1617 Rossville Ave
- State of Confusion at 301 E Main St
- Pax Breu Ruim at 516 E Main St
JMac’s has popular wine dinner and tastings in addition to live music from time to time. Wine and dine on the TN Wine Train, a two-hour tour of downtown Chattanooga as well as business, art, and historic areas. There are wine tasting classes, wine service training, and wine courses offered. They provide quick and reasonable assessments for your wines and pay in advance if an agreement is reached.
Wine Down Bistro has a strong domestic presence and provides a wonderful wine selection from throughout the world. Spirits, beer, and handcrafted cocktails are also available. The Lounge hosts a happy hour on Tuesday through Sunday from 3 to 6pm and Mondays they are closed.
Fountainhead Taproom is a self-service taproom that offers 60 beers, ciders, and wine taps Tuesday through Saturday. State of Confusion offers pick-up and delivery as well as private event bookings and catering.
Pax Breu Ruim serves Belgian, German, Dutch, and Polish beers and closes at 11pm Monday through Thursday. Friday and Saturday they close at 12am and Sunday is over at 8pm.
Wineries & Vineyards In Your Area
Although these wineries and vineyards might not be right in the city they are well worth the trip:
Winery in Georgia offers online delivery and has it shipped and delivered, plus they have a wine club member discount with no membership fees. Look Out Winery is now open for both inside and outside dining. With their covered balcony, covered patio, and newly opened deck overlooking the Tennessee River and three state mountain top views you will love the view.
You can also try their special wine tasting with cheese party for groups, gourmet pizza tasting, and they can do a customized menu for your catered event.
Best Local Happy Hours
When you need to unwind after work these local happy hours in Chattanooga are great places to buy cheaper alcoholic drinks:
- The Big Chill and Grill at 103 Cherokee Blvd
- The Social at 1110 Market St
- Stir at 1444 Market St
- Flying Squirrel at 55 Johnson St
- State of Confusion at 301 E Main St
- The Bitter Alibi at 825 Houston St
- Mayan Kitchen at 507 Broad St
- Community Pie at 850 Market St
- Pizza Bros Northshore at 501 Cherokee Blvd
- Il Primo Northshore at 1100 Hixson Pike
Small Plates are availabe at the Social Bar during Happy Hour from 2 to 6pm where each drink is $5 Monday through Friday. The Flying Squirrel serves Japanese cuisine. State of Confusion has happy hour from 4 to 6pm on weekdays.
The Bitter Alibi is a vegetarian and vegan restaurant. II Primo Northshore offers wine by the glass at half price. Italian foods and wines are served from Monday through Friday from 4 to 6pm. The Big Chill and Grill has a happy hour from 4pm to 8pm everyday.
State of Confusion and Restaurant II Primo Northshore both have happy hour from 4pm to 6pm Monday through Friday. Community Pie’s happy hour is from 3pm to 6pm Monday through Thursday, while Pizza Bros Northshore happy hour is from 2pm to 5pm.
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Enjoy Drinking Wine, Liquor, & Beer In Chattanooga
That’s all we have for now but keep checking back because we’ll try our best to keep this page updated. We know you are ready to achieve your goal after reading about all of the local liquor stores, wine shops, breweries, beer bars, wine bars, wineries, vineyards, and happy hours in your area.
Please let us know if we missed anything or if any of the above establishments have closed in the comments so we can keep the lists up to date. Now you can enjoy drinking wine, liquor, or beer in Chattanooga.