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Craft Beer on Your Flight
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As we’ve reported in the past there are well over 5,500 breweries in the United States right now, a massive number. And that means that almost anywhere you travel in the country, you can pick up a quality brew. But, one problem any beer tourist runs into is flying home with brews from all the places they visit. Nashville’s Tennessee Brew Works though, clearly understands the challenges of trying to fly with beer. That’s why they opened up a stand where you can buy craft beer six-packs to go for easy transport to wherever your final destination may be. The Tennessee Brew Works kiosk began selling four and six-packs of five of their beers including the 1927 IPA, Cutaway Rye IPA and Southern Wit, as well as the limited-time State Park Blonde, a beer the brewery made to benefit the Tennessee State Park system, for $15.99 back in March between terminals A and B at Nashville International Airport. They also sell 16 and 20 ounce pours from a rotating list of four or five taps for $8-$10.50 to drink before you board.
As you can see, Nashville is the place to be! And with all the free fun you can have in Music City, including free music all day every day, Nashville is the best all around. Start planning your trip now.