2312 Clifton Ave, Nashville TN
Our 30 barrel brewhouse was manufactured by ROLEC Prozess- und Brautechnik GmbH in Chieming, Germany. Rolec provided all of the equipment from the silo to the cellar. The star is their fully automated 4 vessel brewhouse. It is just as functional as it is beautiful; producing quality and consistent beer.
The heart of our bottling line is a double pre-evacuation filler engineered and manufactured by Krones, headquartered in Neutraubling, Germany.
HopJack® IPA, Session Player™ IPA, Chaser Pale® Kolsch, Nut Brown Ale, Hangtime™ Pale Ale, Adam Bomb® IPA, St. Charles Porter®, Black Belle® Barrel Aged Imperial Stout and Barista Brew® Coffee Stout. St. Charles Porter is the most award-winning Brown Porter at the Great American Beer Festival with an amazing eight wins. Chaser Pale and Nut Brown Ale have also been awarded medals at both the Great American Beer Festival and the World Beer Cup.
St. Charles Porter – Category: Brown Porter
2013 Silver – Great American Beer Festival
2010 Silver – Great American Beer Festival
2009 Gold – Great American Beer Festival
2008 Bronze – World Beer Cup
2007 Bronze – Great American Beer Festival
2006 Silver – Great American Beer Festival
2004 Silver – Great American Beer Festival
1999 Bronze – Great American Beer Festival
1996 Bronze – Great American Beer Festival
1996 Gold – World Beer Cup
Nut Brown Ale – Category: English-Style Brown Ale
2007 Silver – Great American Beer Festival
2001 Silver – Great American Beer Festival
2000 Gold – World Beer Cup
1998 Bronze – World Beer Cup
1997 Silver – Great American Beer Festival
Chaser Pale – German-Style Kölsch/Köln-Style Kölsch
2010 Bronze – World Beer Cup
2006 Gold – Great American Beer Festival
1998 Gold – World Beer Cup
The Blackstone TapHouse has 16 beers on tap. Build your own sampler flights. Crowler, growlers and six packs to go. Our taproom is open Tue-Fri 4pm-8pm; Sat 12pm-8pm; Sun 2pm-6pm. 2312 Clifton Ave., Nashville, TN . The taproom is temporarily closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
While many folks have food trucks at their breweries, we have a food bus at our place. This 1989 Ford School Bus has been retrofitted with a full kitchen. The Bus features; burgers and fries, fish and chips, artichoke dip as well as many daily specials. The Bus is closed on Mondays and opens at 2pm on Saturdays, otherwise it is open when the taproom is open.
We were excited to be the host city this year of the 2018 Craft Brewers Conference. The Tennessee Craft Brewers Guild produced the official beer of the conference. Each attendee was given one bottle. https://www.craftbrewersconference.com/news/2018-symposium-beer
Guided Brewery Tour
There's lots to see and learn on the guided tour through our state-of-the-art brewing and bottling facility. You will learn how beer is made from malt, water, hops, and yeast and see every aspect of our brewing and bottling operation. Allow one hour for this tour. Includes a guided tour and two 10 oz beers. ($10 ea. plus tax and processing fees - limit 12)
Scott Mertie, local historian, author, and owner of Nashville Brewing Company will lead you through the history of Nashville Breweries from the early 1800's through the 1950's. Also included is a personal tour of the brewery with Scott and two pints of your choice. This is a special presentation scheduled for one Friday afternoon per month. We expect this tour to fill up, so book this early. There is a minimum of 6 attendees required and you will be notified if we do not get sufficient participation. Allow 1.5 hours for this experience. ($15 ea. plus tax and processing fees - limit 12)
A private tour with co-founder, Kent Taylor; one-on-one or bring up to 9 of your closest friends (max 10). An in-depth experience intended for folks who want more. This tour is intended for homebrewers, beer geeks, and anyone wanting lots of brewing info. Includes detailed brewery tour and instructive beer sampling. Allow at least 2 hours for this tour. ($300 plus tax and processing fees - 1-10 people)
If you have a group larger than 12, please drop us a line to schedule a tour.
Things To Know
You must be at least 21 years old to drink beer.
You will be touring an active production brewery and you will be up close and personal with everything; many of which are dangerous. Breweries are hot, wet and slippery. Exercise caution, watch your step and, most importantly, don't touch anything!
You are allowed to drink beer while on the tour. Please select your beer and be ready by the start time of your tour.
All tours are at 2312 Clifton Ave., Nashville, TN. Please be in the brewery taproom 10 minutes prior to your tour.
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2312 Clifton Ave, Nashville TN 37209