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Buy A Pint And Raise A Glass On The Ale tRail For WTCI PBS

A glass of beer and books for the WTCI PBS Ale tRail.
A glass of beer and books for the WTCI PBS Ale tRail.

Buy a pint and raise a glass for our public media partner WTCI PBS here in Chattanooga.

WTCI has teamed up with local craft breweries to launch the Ale tRail for people 21 and older.

The R in tRail is capitalized in honor of this city’s rail past - and the key ingredient for this fundraiser is fun.

Beth Dorsey is business development associate at WTCI.

Candace Holmes is head brewer at Naked River Brewing Company.

Alex Keiss is general manager at Chattanooga Brewing Company, which will host the tRail’s next event this Friday starting at 5 PM.

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