Cheaha Brewing Company
Location Cheaha Brewing Company is Anniston’s local brewpub located in the old L&N Freight Train Station (on the corner of 12th and Walnut – Historic Downtown A…nniston). Foods & Flavors We serve local foods and flavors including hand crafted beer brewed in our on-site brewery. Our beer is paired with uniquely prepared dishes incorporating as much locally produced and all natural food as possible. (Subscribe to our customer mailing list for weekly email updates about upcoming entertainment and daily specials. http://www.cheahabrewingcompany.com/emaillist/) Cheaha Brewing Company uses as many local and organic sources as possible for the best quality and freshness. Many of the bread, dairy, and meat ingredients are either made and baked in our in-house kitchen or obtained through Artisanal Baked Goods in Anniston, Thompson’s Meat in Alexandria, and Miller’s Farm in Delta, Alabama Local Excellence Cheaha Brewing Company – Voted 2014 Official Taste of Calhoun County – 30th Annual Business EXPO and Taste of Calhoun County Voted The Anniston Star Reader’s Choice 2014 winner of Best Place for Live Music, Best Bar/Lounge, and a finalist for Best Sandwiches NOTE TO PERFORMERS AND REPRESENTATIVES: Entertainment and performance booking inquiries should be directed to Rodney Snider – rodney@CheahaBrewingCompany.com Historical FYI… Rooted in historic downtown Anniston, Cheaha Brewing Company is located in the old L&N Freight Train Station built in 1885. The station, along with its formerly adjacent passenger terminal, Union Station, served several railway systems including The Anniston & Cincinnati Railroad, The Tennessee, Virginia, & Georgia Railroad, and The Louisville & Nashville Railroad, still represented fondly across the top of the building entrance. Early restoration of the freight station carefully preserved the structure including the wall surfaces, wood transforms, roof structure, and deck. The floor system has been reconstructed and reinforced multiple times for specific purposes. Most recently, the flooring for the on-site brewery was heavily reconstructed and reinforced for the heavy equipment required for brewing fine craft beer. Much of the original flooring was salvaged to construct the bar top in the main dining area. Textiles, pipe, cast iron, and various freight deliveries passed through the old station to help build Anniston. As a nod of appreciation, the names of several local businesses for designated freight remain on the walls of the main dining area & the brewery.