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Love Memphis craft beer? Check out Crosstown Brewing!

With craft beer growing in popularity across the nation, there’s no wonder Crosstown Brewing Company is making a name for itself here in Memphis. Situated on Concourse Ave., Crosstown Brewing seeks to create a diverse range of offerings that appeal to everyone from first-time beer-drinkers to seasoned quaffers.

Whether you prefer malts or ales, Crosstown Brewing has something flavored with fruits and spices and brewed for a deliciously smooth drinking experience. Here are some of our favorites:

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Traffic IPA

Flavored with mango, pineapple, passion and grapefruit, this beer is brewed in the West Coast American tradition to bring out a crisp finish that’s dry on your palate.

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Crosstown Brown

Crafted in the vein of traditional English beers, Crosstown Brown has a nutty taste that belies its brown malt base. The addition of toffee, graham crackers, caramel and toasted bread results in a rich taste and a flavor that pops.

Boll Weevil Brown Ale

The Boll Weevil’s Pilsner Malt and Belgian Saison yeast infuse to yield a rich, dry crispness that’s pleasantly flavored with Saison pear and pepper.

Alt School

This beer strikes a perfect balance between bitterness and malt—and has toffee, caramel and crusty bread flavors to boot. Once you go Alt School, you won’t go back!

Siren Blonde Ale

This blonde ale has just the right amount of bitterness to go with its spice. Its mild citrus flavor with floral hints is well balanced and suitable for any occasion.

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Russian Imperial Stout

The deep, dark color of this stout is your first clue that you’re about to enjoy the dark goodness of chocolate, roasted coffee and fruit. Go ahead, rush in for a Russian.

Stick Shift Pale Ale

This German-inspired beer is a delightful blend of strong and bitter with a smooth finish. One ingredient in particular—Skagit Valley red wheat—gives it a nice kick.

Drop by Crosstown Brewing’s spacious taproom to enjoy local brews conceived or selected by Memphis creatives who go the extra mile for magnificently flavored and spiced beer.

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