A couple of months ago, I wrote about the Knoxville Brewer’s Jam and mentioned in particular the Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery’s milk stout, a type of beer I hadn’t tried before and found pleasing. I had never seen this beer (or any milk stout) around town (not that I’m really a mover or shaker in Knoxville beer circles) and figured I’d next have a bottle of it at next year’s Brewer’s Jam. I recently went to Three Rivers Market (otherwise known as the Food Coop) to stock up on inexpensive spices and honey, and when I checked their beer selection, they had at least two milk stouts, of which one was the Duck-Rabbit (the other was from Left Hand Brewing) and a number of other beers that will be new to me when I try them. So if you’re in the Knoxville area and want take-home beer that’s not Bud or Coors, be sure to swing by the Food Coop to sample their selection. At a glance, it looked like the beers were priced about the same, and this makes me wonder if one could build a mixed six-pack. Next time I’m there, I’ll be sure to ask.