Nashville’s only hop on/hop off brewery tour Music City Brew Hop to launch NEW ROUTE

Second convenient loop added to travel by trolley to even more of Nashville’s best beer destinations.

NASHVILLE, Tn. (July 5th, 2022) --- Nashville’s only hop on/hop off brewery tour will now visit even more of Nashville’s best beer destinations starting July 8th, 2022. Music City Brew Hop currently travels a convenient one-hour loop around the Music City in a vintage trolley stopping at local craft breweries. Over the first year in business Music City Brew Hop has hosted over 5,000+ craft beer seekers publicly with an additional 900+ guests on private rentals.  Created by Nashville native and avid beer lover Adam Smith, Music City Brew Hop brings safe, responsible and fun transportation to tourists and locals alike.

“Music City Brew Hop has enjoyed success in our first year in business and we thought it was time to include more of Nashville’s best breweries as we offer a new option to craft beer and brewery seekers” said Smith. “There are too many great options in the Nashville beer scene to limit ourselves and our customers to just a few."

This hassle-free tour option is family-friendly. Trolley rides are lively and inviting, driven by a conductor who can share local knowledge on beer and the best Nashville sights along the way. Joining brewery stops like Barrique Brewing, Bearded Iris Brewing, Crazy Gnome Brewing, East Nashville Beer Works, Southern Grist Brewing Co., and Tailgate Brewery will now be Tennessee Brew Works, New Heights Brewery, Fait La Force, Jackalope and Diskin Cider, among others.

"We are so excited to have the Music City Brew Hop coming to Wedgewood-Houston!” said Bailey Spaulding, CEO of Jackalope Brewing Co. “It is a really cool concept and we look forward to introducing Jackalope and our neighborhood to more people."

Music City Brew Hop owner Adam Smith set out to create a more flexible Nashville beer tour without the need for timed tastings, complicated coordination or pre-planned destinations. Smith designed this new beer experience to be easy to book, low cost and uniquely Nashville - venturing outside the typical tourist areas to craft breweries that make Music City great.  With two “loops”  in service every weekend Smith’s trolleys, appropriately named ‘Trolley Parton’ and ‘Trolley Daniels,’ will touch even more Nashville neighborhoods to show tourists and locals alike something outside of the downtown district.  Full-day tickets include unlimited rides on a vintage trolley during tour hours hopping on and off at breweries on (2) different 15-mile loops around Nashville.

“Nashville’s craft breweries are among the best in the country, making Music City Brew Hop a much-needed addition to the beer scene,” said Tennessee Craft Brewers Guild executive director Sharon Cheek. “These trolley tours provide beer lovers the opportunity to explore Nashville craft beer in a unique, fun, and safe way.”

Full-day and two-day trolley passes allow for unlimited rides on the day of the ticket exploring beer stops in East Nashville, Inglewood and Germantown and will now expand to SoBro, Wedgewood Houston, Chestnut Hill, and the Gulch.

Music City Brew Hop will now travel two continuous one-hour loops from noon to 7pm Friday through Sunday weekly starting Friday, July 8. Full-day Adult ($39) and Kid’s ($10) passes and Two-day Adult ($65) trolley passes can be booked now on the Music City Brew Hop website at

About Music City Brew Hop

Music City Brew Hop is Nashville’s only hop on/hop off trolley brewery tour. The family-owned small business was founded by Nashville native and avid beer lover Adam Smith in 2021. Guests can book full-day and two-day passes now to choose between 2 convenient one-hour loop(s) of Nashville’s best breweries in a vintage trolley. Both tours will be available Friday through Sunday starting July 8.  Private rentals are also available.  For more information on tours and brewery stops or to book trolley passes, visit or call 615-953-0865.