Nashville Breweries, Wineries, & Distilleries
Arrington Vineyards is Tennessee's premier winery. Located only 30 minutes south of Nashville. Arrington Vineyards offers 12 outstanding wines for tasting and breathtaking views.
Wines: Petite Noir, Red Fox Red, Antebellum, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, KB 511, Syrah, Encore, Raspberry, Blackberry, Chardonnay, Viognier, Stag's White, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Firefly Rose, White Chambourcin
Tasting Room: Monday-Thursday 11am-8pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-9pm, Sunday 12-8pm
As the premier thoroughbred racing and breeding farm in the South for over a century, Belle Meade Plantation was the center of hospitality in the 1800s. Five United States presidents have enjoyed the renowned hospitality of the Harding and Jackson families, and the 5,400 acres that made up the Plantation were home to some of the greatest horses in racing history. The Plantation’s hospitality always included homemade wine, with the use of its many wild and domestic grapevines. In November 2009, the opening of The Winery at Belle Meade Plantation ensured the long tradition of hospitality would continue.
Wines: Blackberry, Carriage House White, Chardonnay, Iroquois Red, Racing Silk Red, Red Muscadine, Sparkling Riesling
Tours & Tasting: Included with Plantation tour Monday-Saturday 9:30am-4pm, Sunday 11:30am-4pm
At the Black Abbey Brewing Company, we take an artisanal approach to beer. We are crafting unique and approachable ales from the highest quality ingredients. Yet, it’s more than that. We strive to supply liquid refreshment that is greater than the sum of its parts. Our beers are created, not made, right here in Nashville. The Black Abbey Brewing Company was founded in a Nashville neighborhood. We are good friends working together to craft something unique as the city itself. We are proud to be a Tennessee brand and we let that shine through the design of our beer. We at The Black Abbey are your neighbors. We can’t wait to share a pint with you.
1200 Clinton Street #110
Pouring only draft craft beers, the Corsair Artisan Brewery Taproom in Nashville, Tennessee is the craft beer brewpub attached to Nashville's first distillery since Prohibition. A changing roster of sixteen craft beers from microbreweries around the country is featured, along with seasonal spirits such as Vanilla Bean Vodka and Pumpkin Spice Moonshine.
Spirits: Artisan Gin, Vanilla Bean Vodka, Red Absinthe, Spiced Rum, Triple Smoke, Pumpkin Spice Moonshine, Quinoa Whiskey, Ryemageddon, and seasonals
Taproom: Tuesday-Friday 3-8pm, Saturday-Sunday 12-6pm
Tours: Tuesday-Friday 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm
1950 Cascade Hollow Parkway (Tullahoma, TN)
Visit the distillery and discover George Dickel's award-winning whisky and its time honored traditions. The Visitor's Center is filled with antiques and special memories. Drop a line to friends at our very own U.S. Post Office - the only working post office at any distillery in the USA.
Spirits: Cascade Hollow, George Dickel Old No. 8 Tennessee Whisky, No. 12, Barrel Select
Tours: Tuesday-Saturday 9am-4pm
182 Lynchburg Highway (Lynchburg, TN)
The Jack Daniel Distillery is the oldest registered distillery in the United States and among the most prestigious listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors receive personally-guided tours of the distillery and observe the famous whiskey-making process Mr. Jack Daniel perfected back in 1866.
Spirits: Gentleman Jack, Tennessee Honey, Jack Daniel's Old No. 7, Single Barrel, and special releases
Tours: Sunday-Saturday 9am-4:30pm
Music City Brew Tours offers bus tours visiting three craft breweries and brewpubs located in and around downtown Nashville. Pickup and dropoff are available at most locations around the metro Nashville area, including downtown, midtown, Opryland, and the airport. Learn about the history of beer and brewing in Nashville. Learn how to correctly taste your favorite craft brews as you enjoy several different beers at each stop on the tour. One stop will include the option to purchase food; snacks and water are free on the bus. It's the perfect way to taste some of Music City's best libations in a fun and safe environment, guided by knowledgeable local craft beer lovers. Private group tours and VIP tours are also available.
Nashville has a growing and exciting craft beer culture and community and Nashville Brew Tours goal is to show you all it has to offer. The Nashville Brew Bus will take you safely to several breweries, beer bars, growler fill stations, and other secret venues they support. You can expect to visit at least 4 different locations. Each stop will include beer, water and snacks on the bus, appetizers at the final stop, discounted growler fills at select locations, and the opportunity to meet many people who are helping create the Nashville craft beer community.
One hundred and five years after Prohibition forced the closure of one of the nation's most prolific whiskey producers, two young descendants of its pioneering founder have thrown open the doors to their revived Nelson's Green Brier Distillery in the colorful Marathon village of Nashville, Tennessee. Nelson brothers Andy and Charlie, known for their award-winning Belle Meade Bourbon, greet the public with drinkable spirits and tours of their very own [after almost a decade of determination] distillery as they launch the second wave of their historic family venture, originated by their great-great-great grandfather Charles Nelson in the late 1800s. The Nelson brothers offer tours with a tasting (21+) of one of their three products: Belle Meade Bourbon, Belle Meade Bourbon Sherry Cask Finish, and Nelson’s Green Brier Tennessee White Whiskey. Come share their pride and taste the fruit of their labor and heritage.
Scoot your boots down to Rock Bottom Nashville and enjoy brewed-in-house beer, made-from-scratch food and a great bar and dining patio. Located in the 100 Block of Broadway, Rock Bottom is across the river from LP Field, a couple blocks from Bridgestone Arena, and a street over from the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Beers: Southern Flyer, Kolsch, White Ale, IPA, Red Ale, Specialty Drink
"Finely Tuned Craft Beer" locally brewed in Nashville, Tennessee. We are a production micro- brewery dedicated to producing & enjoying high quality craft beer, while appreciating music & the many other fine traditions & charms of Tennessee, U.S.A. Our brewery and taproom are located in downtown Nashville, near the Music City Convention Center and Country Music Hall of Fame.
Beers: Southern Wit Belgian White Ale, Extra Easy English Pale Ale, Basil Ryeman, Cutaway IPA, Country Roots Sweet Potato Stout
900 44th Ave. N., Suite 100
A Tennessee Whiskey cream liqueur that embodies all the deliciously familiar characteristics of a Charcoal Mellowed Tennessee Whiskey softened by the subtle whispers of real caramel, burnt molasses, red apple, fig, pecan and secret, all-natural ingredients. Add 1 shot of Whisper Creek™ to a cup of coffee, or just drink on the rocks. The Distillery (SPEAKeasy Spirits) is located in the Historic West Town neighborhood in Nashville.
3628 Trousdale Drive
A new distillery in South Nashville includes a tasting room. With an attention to detail Beechtree’s extremely small batches are processed and distilled using a true spring water straight from the hillside's of Fernvale, TN. With a hands-on approach Beechtree products are put through a 2 step process; a mash of 250 gallons is first distilled in our 250 gallon wash still (Big Daddy) then held to redistill in our 100 gallon spirit still (mimmie). Carefully blended and filtered using maple charcoal, a True Tennessee product is born.
Blackstone Brewpub & Brewery
1918 West End Avenue
Beers: Chaser Pale, APA, Nut Brown Ale, and St. Charles Porter
Restaurant: Sunday 11am-10pm; Monday-Thursday 11am-12am; Friday-Saturday 11am-1am
Calfkiller Brewing Company
Sparta, TN (90 miles east of Nashville)
Beers: Grassroots Ale, J. Henry Original Mild, The Brown Recluse, Dark Earth, Calfkiller Deadhorse, Sergio's Ole Evil Ass Devil Bullshit Ale, Maple Rye Stout, and seasonals
Collier and McKeel
900 44th Ave. N.
Collier and McKeel has a new location in Marathon Village. Distilling four, smooth tasting products including Tennessee Whiskey, White Dog, Fiery Gizzard and Snow Creek Vodka, each bottle includes an original thumbprint from the Master Distiller to show a sign of their commitment to quality and attention to detail.
Spirits: Tennessee Whiskey, White Dog, Fiery Gizzard, Snowy Creek Vodka
Cool Springs Brewery
600A Frazier Drive, Franklin
Beers: Honey Pot, CircumSaison, Franklin's First, Fatback Amber Ale, Pecker Wrecker IPA, Franklin's Twig N' Berries, and seasonals
Restaurant/Bar: Sunday-Thursday 11am-11pm; Friday-Saturday 11am-12am
Czann's Brewing Company
505 Lea Avenue
Beers: Blonde Ale, Pale Ale, and seasonals
Fat Bottom Brewing
900 Main Street
Beers: Ginger Wheat Ale, Ruby Red American Ale, Black Betty IPA, Bertha Oatmeal Stout, Java Jane Coffee Porter
Taproom: Tuesday-Friday 4-10pm; Saturday 12-10pm
Tours: Saturdays, 5pm
Jackalope Brewing Company
701 Eighth Avenue South
Beers: Rompo Red Rye Ale, Thunder Ann APA, Bearwalker Maple Brown
Taproom: Thursday 4-10pm; Friday 4-8pm; Saturday 2-8pm; Sunday 12-6pm
521 Old Salem Highway, Murfreesboro
Beers: Boro Blonde, Angry Redhead, Velvet Hustle Pale Ale, Evil Octopus IBA
Taproom: Thursday-Friday 4-8pm; Saturday 1-8pm
Nelson’s Greenbrier Distillery
Once sold in the pre-Prohibition era by Charles Nelson in 1885, his great-great-great grandsons have now recreated the family business and are producing the same small-batch, hand crafted Belle Meade Bourbon. Known for its bold character and smooth finish, they have hand-selected barrels to create this unique family blend. The horses on the label have a history that goes back to the days of the famous Belle Meade Plantation in Nashville. It was recently awarded one of the Made in the South awards in Garden & Gun magazine this month.
Spirits: Belle Meade Bourbon,
Prichard’s Distillery at Fontanel
Prichard’s Distillery, a Middle Tennessee maker of liquor, rum and whiskey, will begin production on a full-scale distillery on the Joelton-area Fontanel site in spring 2013. The expansion promises to be beneficial to the company, for the Fontanel and to the Nashville area. The facility will have a 400-gallon French-style alembic still, which is used mostly to produce cognac. It will be installed in a 1,400-square-foot building that workers began erecting this week. Noted for its award-winning handcrafted products since 1997, Prichard’s Distillery currently has distribution in 48 states and eight European countries. A tasting room and souvenir shop will also be on site.
Turtle Anarchy Brewing Company
216 Noah Drive, Franklin
Beers: Another Way to Rye IPA, Aurumglass Golden Ale, Portly Stout, and seasonals
Taproom: Thursday-Friday 4-10pm; Saturday 2-10pm.
Yazoo Brewing Company
910 Division Street
Beers: Pale Ale, Dos Perros Ale, Hefeweizen, Sly Rye Porter, Hop Project, Gerst Amber Ale, Sue, Stout
Taproom: Wednesday 4-6pm; Thursday-Friday 4-8pm; Saturday 12-6pm
Tours: Saturdays, 12:30-5pm