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Storage in Kingsport, TN
Kingsport is located in the northeastern tip of the State of Tennessee. Nicknamed “The Model City” truly shows its intelligent design and forward thinking. Kingsport was founded on the South Fork of the Holston River in 1787 as a town called “Salt Lick” although it was formally incorporated in 1822 as Kingsport Tennessee. The Holston River proved to be an important shipping hub for traders transporting goods down the Tennessee River to Knoxville Tennessee and other surrounding areas. Kingsport’s list of large employers consists of Eastman Chemical Company, Domtar Paper, and Holston Army Ammunition Plant operated by BAE systems. Another little known fact is that the popular fast food chain Pal’s Sudden Service opened its first location in Kingsport in 1956.
Downtown Kingsport’s New Additions
Kingsport Tennessee is located in Sullivan county, and like many other cities has dedicated a sizeable portion of its budget for the coming years to revitalize the downtown area. Centennial Park located in the heart of Kingsport’s downtown, meant to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the city, is currently under construction. Centennial Park boasts a beautiful plaza that opens to a covered stage where the city plans to host frequent concerts and other events. Many of the old dilapidated downtown buildings are being re-developed as retail and restaurant space with apartments and office spaces on the higher floors. The Old Kingsport Grocery company, which will be redeveloped into a beautiful first floor restaurant space with upscale apartments on the second and third floors, is located right next to Centennial Park and is sure to be a great new addition to the downtown area.
Beer in the Tri-Cities, TN
Beer. It is so common for every town, no matter how big or small, to have local brews for everyone to try and the Tri-Cities area is no different. The Tri-Cities is an area in Eastern Tennessee comprised of three…. really four cities. The primary cities are: Johnson City, TN; Kingsport, TN; Bristol, TN/VA with the secondary being Elizabethton, TN. We don’t know why it was put together this way but it is what it is. Nevertheless, it is easy to find great local beer in each one of the places.
In Johnson City, the Atlantic Ale House is a great place that hosts local beer and food trucks, although it does not produce any of its own. Another great option here is the flagship Yee Haw Brewing Co. in one of the old train stations on Buffalo Street. Also, make sure to check out the Johnson City Brewing Company and JRH Brewing, both unique and with great beer.
Kingsport Tennessee has its own set of craft breweries to try. Most notably the Sleepy Owl Brewery with a focus of great beer and tons of live music you cannot go wrong checking it out. The other can’t miss is the Gypsy Circus Cider Company with awesome local ciders, great food, and a dog friendly environment.
Bristol Tennessee and Bristol Virginia, this is a split border town so half of it is in Virginia and the other half in Tennessee, has really put together a beautiful downtown space with some interesting culinary and brewery options. Studio Brew should be your first stop, amazing beer in an old brick fully renovated building with a big patio. Holston Brewing Company offers a big outdoor space by the river, it’s dog friendly, and you can camp onsite. Finally, Bristol Station Brews and Taproom offers a cozy environment with varying styles for any palate, check it out.