New Beers from Ghost River and Memphis Made, etc.



• Madison Growler is hosting a launch Friday night, 6-9 p.m., for Ghost River Hornet's Revenge. 

This is the first release in Ghost River's Brewers series. 

From the event's Facebook page: 
This brew from Cory York is a black pale ale. Cory, who's nickname is Hornet, says that this beer doesn't look or smell like a pale ale but drinks like one. Amarillo hops are used and impart quite a bit of fruity notes on the palate. Make sure you are one of the first to try this brand new beer!
Memphis Made has teamed up with T.J. Mulligan's for a limited edition red ale named Sully. It debuts today at LBOE, Dan McGuinness in East Memphis, TJ Mulligan's on Highway 64, TJ Mulligan's at Trinity Commons, TJ Mulligan's at Kirby and Poplar, and TJ's Pub. 

The beer is named after Richard Sullivan, a Memphis Made co-owner. 

• Memphis magazine's 901 Blog has details on proposed plans from the City Market owners for a new Second street convenience store and liquor store. The liquor store side of the plan would be called Quench Wine & Spirits.  

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