Now it was time to return to home base and enjoy what was left of my own entree, the Brewhaha. Anyone who knows me knows I can’t pass up a good sausage—and these are really good sausages. The Brewhaha has a grilled, beer-marinated brat snuggled up next to a smoked sausage lounging on a bed of tangy sauerkraut. This pork romance is accompanied by German potato salad (no mayo, this is a vinegar-based potato salad), ale mustard, and a vegetable medley that I assume is there as part of a witness protection program.
Somehow, someone had the presence of mind to order fried apple pie for dessert. The cinnamon butter ice cream that came with it almost stole the show from the pie itself. I would have a more complete description of the taste, but I could only get one bite before my dining companions devoured it like a swarm of piranha. I can’t take these people anywhere.
Brewhaus German-American Gastropub is a one of a kind restaurant in Chattanooga with hearty, delicious food, a friendly, casual atmosphere and a well-curated, well-rounded beer selection.
“Hilft das Bier gegen den Durst,
stillt den Hunger eine Wurst.”
Brewhaus German-American Gastropub, 224 Frazier Ave.
Hours: Sunday 11a.m. - 10p.m.
Mon. - Thurs. 11a.m. - 12a.m.
Fri. - Sat. 11a.m. - 2a.m.