Ghost River Taproom In Downtown Memphis
Updated January 2018
Ghost River was the first brewery to start selling local beer – at least, in this wave of microbreweries over the last five years – and in November of 2016, their taproom finally opened.
Here’s a look at the taproom, which is located at Main Street and Crump. I have lots of info about visiting the taproom if you keep reading.
I tried some citrus-y beer that they had on tap and it was excellent.
Ghost River Taproom opened to the public on Saturday, November 5, 2016. There is some street parking, but not a ton, so carpooling or Lyft/Uber is helpful.
Ghost River Taproom Hours and Schedule
Wednesday and Thursday: 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: noon to 10 p.m.
Sunday: noon to 8 p.m.
Ghost River has a food truck pretty much every night that they’re open and a series of weekly events, which they keep updated on their website.
I’d especially recommend free trivia on Wednesdays, “Shop Small Saturdays” featuring a different local vendor each week, and brunch on Sunday with Flying Sobie’s hen ‘n’ waffles food truck.
Ghost River Brewing Tours
Ghost River hosts tours are at noon on Saturdays. The $20 ticket includes the tour, four 4 oz. tasters, and a 20 oz. pint of your choice. Reservations are recommended (make them here) but not required. Tip is included.
Ghost River Taproom
827 S Main St, Memphis, Tennessee 38106
Follow Ghost River on Social Media to get more info on which food trucks will be there, entertainment, etc.: