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A Thirst Quenching Trip around Nashville’s Favorite Breweries

Posted on: September 5th, 2017

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According to the Ashton Real Estate Group, Nashville is experiencing an explosive growth rate three times the average US growth rate. This means new restaurants, office buildings, apartments, condos, and, yes, an increasingly thriving beer scene.

Nashville is now decorated with over 25 craft breweries and more keep cropping up each year. This is a list of some choice breweries you might want to visit while you’re in the Tennessee Capital.

Blackstone Brewing Company

The Blackstone Brewery was a pioneer in the Nashville craft beer scene. This brewery opened its taps in 1994 to offer a new kind of service; beer that was brewed on site, otherwise known as craft beer. This was a new concept to the city and as you can imagine the residents of Nashville immediately took a liking to it due to its authenticity. Since then over 20 more craft beer breweries have come up to satisfy the high demand for this service. You are welcome to quench your thirst in this brewery between 4 pm and 8 pm, seven days a week, at the tap house where it all began.

Yazoo Brewing Company

Yazoo Brewing Company opened in 2003, about a decade after Blackstone, and took the craft beer industry in Nashville by storm. At the time of its opening, Yazoo only had four signature beers to its name. But in just six years, the Company increased its portfolio to eight all-season brands, four seasonal brands, and several periodic limited edition flavors.

Within those six years, Yazoo also purchased land to expand its operation and eventually became Nashville’s largest and most popular brewery. The Yazoo tap house is open from Wednesday to Friday between 3 pm and 9 pm.

Black Abbey Brewing Company

The Black Abbey Brewing Company offers Belgian-style beer, which distinguishes it from any other brewery in the city. Despite its unconventional brew, Black Abbey has amassed quite a following in the craft beer community. The Black Abbey Brewing Company offers a comfortable space where you and your mates can play board games or simply hang out for a chat. The establishment also offers occasional tours of its monastery-inspired brewery, which is a pretty great way to spend time on your day off. Black Abbey is open every day between 3 pm and 8 pm.

East Nashville Beer Works

This brewery was founded by the incumbent District 7 councilman, Anthony Davis. East Nashville brewery opened in 2016 and is located in a renovated distribution center on Trinity Lane. The establishment crafts a variety of excellent beers in addition to serving high-quality food to its guests. This is obviously one of the youngest breweries in the city’s craft beer scene and, as such, there aren’t too many reviews on it. So pay the brewery a visit and judge for yourself what the newcomers have to offer. The tap house is open seven days a week, between 4 pm and 10 pm on weekdays, and all day on weekends.

There’s nothing quite as refreshing as a cold beer with a friend after a long day or week. The next time you and your mates are feeling adventurous, we suggest you step out of your usual joint and explore the craft beer world that’s sitting right in your back yard.

We, however, find it obligatory to remind you of the importance of safety even as you enjoy your down time. Our Nashville car service is here to ensure that you and your companions are transported cautiously to and from any tap house of your choosing. Our chauffeurs are patient, courteous, and have undergone rigorous safety training. Consequently, you can relax and enjoy a pint or two knowing that capable hands will be behind the wheel after the last call.

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