Tennessee Brews and Views (Spring Break 2013, Part 2)

Continuing the beer travelogue of my Spring Break road trip through the heart of Appalachia — eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina.

Spring Break 2013 didn’t offer typical Spring Break weather – it snowed! Despite the winter weather, we enjoyed our four-night camp-out near Gatlinburg, Tennessee and the entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. When we weren’t admiring the beautiful snow-swept mountains or listening to the rushing mountain stream as we sat by the campfire, we stayed warm and cozy inside our trusty pop-up with local Tennessee brew.

Here are some brews and views from the first half of our Spring Break trip:

Great Smoky Mountain National Park Sign

Entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park

 

Six-Packs from Blackstone Brewing Company,
Nashville, Tennessee

 

Our camping site in the morning after light overnight flurries…
and then it continued to snow the entire day

 

Boxcar Bundle from Depot Street Brewing Company,
Jonesborough, Tennessee

 

Snow Swept Smokies

 

Bottles of Brew from Yazoo Brewing Company,
Nashville, Tennessee

 

Winter Waterfall in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

 

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