Brewery No. 34 Fibonacci Brewing Company (Mt. Healthy)
Certainly the most unique spot on our tour. It's a friendly, laid back, mom and pop brewery with a community/farm/picnic area feel to it.
They have a cool beer garden and have goats and chickens in a pen next to it!
The staff was welcoming and helpful. Love hearing the background on the beers. They get honey from bee colonies in the backyard.
We shared two flights, sampling 8 of their 9 offerings. The pours come in beakers!
Favorites: An excellent American Stout: Tollhouse. Plus, Linalool: A Belgian wit barrel aged in New Riff bourbon gin barrels.
Strong flight trays: They include name of beer and style of beer.
We visited around lunch time*. We want to go back at night to tryout the live music and a food truck.
We saw families, board games being played and kids laughing at the farm animals. Fun afternoon.
*We ate lunch at Smash Roots (really good Latin Street Food), nearby, before stopping by Fibonacci.
Here is our running list of breweries visited (34): Alexandria Brewing Company, Braxton, Braxton BarrelHouse, Big Ash, Bircus, Brink, BrewDog, Cartridge, Darkness, Dead Low, Dog Berry, Esoteric, Fibonacci, Fifty West, Fretboard, Grainworks, HighGrain, Listermann, LittleMiami, MadTree, March First, Mt. Carmel, MPH, Nine Giant, Northern Row, Rhinegeist, Rebel Mettle, Sonder, Streetside,Taft’s Ale House, Third Eye, Urban Artifact, West Side, Wooden Cask.
More on our preview brewery visits: Favorite beers and food HERE