TN Grape and Grain Festival returns in May

Lynchburg Winery’s Hannah Manis and John Manis at last year Grape & Grain Festival {Photo Provided}

TULLAHOMA — You can get a taste of southern, middle Tennessee again on Saturday, May 30 as the Grape & Grain Festival returns to Tullahoma. The event will take place from 3-7 p.m. at Frazier-McEwen Park.

Over 50 local and regional craft breweries, wine makers, and distillers will be on hand to allow you to sample over 50 flavors of craft beer, wine, and spirits. Organizers have not yet released the complete list of participating breweries, wineries, and distilleries but in past years local favorites like Lynchburg Winery, Old Shed Brewery, George Dickel, and others have participated.

Advanced tickets are now on sale for $25. They will be $30 at the gate the day of the event. You must be 21 or older to attend and you will receive unlimited tastings as well a free commemorative tasting glass. For ticket information, click here. All proceeds will benefit area charities. •

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