Frequently Asked Questions

What are the hours of Chattabrewga?

Gates open at 11 am and the event ends at 3 pm. We will begin scanning tickets and checking id's at 10 am if you want to be at the front of the line to get those first rare pours.

What are the age restrictions?

All ticket buyers and guests must be 21+ and provide proper ID. Designated Drivers included must be 21+.

Are pets allowed?

As much as we love our dogs and goats, not animal are allowed for their safety and the safety of our guests. Service animals are the only exclusion.

The Signal is a good venue, but a lot smaller than the First TN Pavilion. Won’t it be crowded?

No. As part of our goal to make this event even more special, it will be limited to 650 guests. It’s about quality, not quantity.

Is Chattabrewga becoming a St Patrick’s Day party?

Not really. While the event will be the weekend before St. Patrick’s Day, we’re still going to throw the same killer craft beer festival that Chattabrewga has been since 2013. But we are going to take advantage of the season with the help of Jameson Whiskey and Guinness, and each craft brewery will feature something Irish inspired.

Will there be Leprechauns at Chattabrewga?

We can neither confirm or deny the existence of Leprechauns. And Chattanooga is a long way from the Emerald Isle.

Why is Chattabrewga moving venues and dates?

Mother’s Day weekend at the First Tennessee Pavilion was great, but after 7 years, we think it’s time for a reboot. The new Chattabrewga will be a more intimate festival with 25 of the best breweries we can get, each serving 3 exceptional beers. Smaller? Yes. Better? Certainly.

Do you offer refunds or exchanges?

Tickets are non-refundable but are transferable.

Where is the event?

Chattabrewga is hosted at The Signal, 1810 Chestnut St, Chattanooga, TN 37408

What if I have other questions not answered here?

If you have any other questions about Chattabrewga, please email

Will only Irish beer styles be served?

No. While each of the 25 breweries will bring a Stout or other Barrel-aged beer, they’ll also pour 2 other beers of any style. There will be the usual wide variety of beer styles available.

Can I bring my Aunt Karen?

Of course you can, assuming she’s at least 21. That would be weird if she wasn’t.