WRATH BREWING Throughout my travels, I try to hit the local hole in the walls, because they are the ones that have the best food and atmosphere. That holds true even with my little town. Ringgold Georgia is nestled among the Northwest Georgia mountains and ridges and has some amazing culture. This tiny town is actually known as the gateway to Georgia. It is home to the only courthouse that Sherman refused to burn, during his March to the Sea. It is also home to a quaint little tavern known as Wrath Brewing. Wrath Brewing is an in the little business center and has a view of the city and interstate. Boasting some of the coldest beer, and gourmet bar food. With its homemade wing sauces and its top cut ground beef, the food definitely stands up to its claim. With burgers named the Minotaur, Prometheus, and Apollo this is a true buffet for the Gods. Their wing selection is no different. From the Drunken Pineapple to Woman Scorned, these sauces are made on site and with their different craft beers. The owners have found a niche that works here in the first city in Georgia on I-75. For friends Dewayne Kilpatrick, Steven Williams, Rashard Harris, and Robert Sarti, opening this restaurant was a no-brainer. On my latest visit, I spoke with Dewayne and he explained that most of the group had been friends for 15 years or better and when Steven approached him about joining the venture, he was all-in. As we talked he explained that the tavern had been open for a year and that they couldn’t be happier with its performance and with the friendly aurora surrounding the place, it doesn’t surprise this guy. From Amber the bartender to kitchen staff, no one seemed to hate where they worked. He also divulged that they hope to start brewing they’re on draft in the near future. They have live music on Saturday and Sunday and DJ Chris Boyd spins the music on Thursday nights. As I sat at the bar enjoying my meal and my Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale, I spoke with one of their many regulars, Rick, and he said he enjoys coming here because of the ice-cold beer and the comfort of the place. He says he comes here after work to blow-off the day’s aggravation. So, if you’re in Ringgold for business, traveling on 75, or just looking for a place to go while enjoying a weekend adventure with the love of your life, stop in at 61 RBC Drive in Ringgold Georgia, to say hello to Dewayne and the guys, enjoy a cold beer and some great food and take in the ambiance. Tell them The Angry Biscuit sent you! Until next time, remember you’re never lost, you are just someplace you have never been!