Bottoms Up at Blackstone Brewery & Taphouse
Today, 11:00a - 1:00a
Nashville's oldest brewery has relocated its operations north of Charlotte Avenue and added a taphouse after closing the restaurant on West End.
Nashville has quite an impressive array of microbreweries, but before craft beer had permeated Middle Tennessee, the lone brewery offering was Blackstone. Opened in 1994, the brewery previously included a restaurant on West End, but has since closed to focus energy on the Taphouse on Clinton Avenue.
Blackstone serves up seven flagship beers—Hangtime Pale Ale, HopJack, Nut Brown, Session Player, Adam Bomb, St. Charles and Chaser Pale. They also have four seasonals and four 22oz specialty bombers. 16 total beers are on tap in the Taphouse and a limited menu of pub fare is offered as well. The space even includes floor to ceiling glass to view production while sipping on the fruits of the brewery labor!
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2312 Clifton Avenue
Nashville, TN 37209
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