UPDATE: They’ve not only ironed out most of the wrinkles, but have added a distillery and pizza joint with twice as many beers on tap. Beer, service, and likely the food are all better than the first visit 4 years ago. All of Nashville is well off for it!
PREVIOUS: I wanted to like this place - seemed like an oasis in the Nashville trinket’n’trash desert...BUT good lord this place sucked. Looks like they spent all their capital on ambiance (and the place really does look great), but the beer was honestly the worst I’ve ever had at a brewpub bar none. Just plain nasty. We wanted to order food but after a couple of pints of stuff that they sold as beer; we asked for the check from the surly waitress and got the hell out. Avoid.
A cozy spot tucked away in Nashville. Service is good, as is the ambiance. The beer selection is solid and rotates seasonally. I didn’t eat, but they do have food, and the menu looks good. The beer is a little pricey at $5/pint, but it’s the only brewery in town, and I’m happy to support it. Worth a stop if you’re in the area.
We visited on a busy Saturday afternoon. Wait times were an hour plus. I was able to get the hostess to bring us a sampler of 7 of their beers. This will have to do until our next visit. They were out of a couple of their normal year round beers. They were all good, nothing exceptional, but worth the trip. We were able to get a couple they did not have at the brewpub in their pizza resaraunt. They will be expanding, good to see. Definitley worth a stop if you are in the are.
I notice that many early visitors had a bad experience. Mine was just the opposite - the bartender was excited to talk about the brews, the service was so fast that I was shocked, the beer is better than that of most independent brewpubs. I felt completely satisfied. The only addition might be to have other good brews available. Worth a stop.
this place is tucked away in a little nook in nashville. it was hard as hell to find my first time, but i’m glad i kept looking. the food is good, the price is nice, the brews are strong and i just started seeing bombers in a few of the local liquor stores. keep it up!
I wanted to give this place a fair shot but the only positive thing I can say is that they gave us plenty of water on the way out to beat the heat. Otherwise the service was so-so, the food average, and the beer subpar.
I visited as they were opening and it still took around 40 minutes for a plate of nachos to get to the table along with two pints. The place got loud with just a couple of families so I cannot imagine it during a busy evening. If I’d known it was going to be so lackluster I might have tried Salt Creek down the road instead.
I had high hopes for this place when it opened. Watched them working on it one afternoon and spoke to one of the principles while I was there for a conference at one of the area hotels. Another place in Nashville to go when the wife is shopping with my buddies wife, a great looking place tucked back behind the main drag. We were quite disappointed though.
No wine for the wives, and their beer is not very good at all. Unfortunately they only sell their beer. I’ve done much better at home-brewing and only tried it twice!
Their Red was the best of the bunch but that’s because it was basically lacking in taste. The others we tried all had distasteful finishes. Not enough of a brewer/chemist to understand why, but I’ll take the previous persons word on what caused it.
Food, not bad, basic pub fare done fine, and overpriced, but most things are in Downtown Nashville.
I’d recommend the Pine Room Tavern if you’re in search of craft brewed beer and good food while in the area.
This is a small, but very nice brewpub right of the main drag in Nashville, IN. For those that are not familiar with Nashville, it’s tourist attraction because of the collection of artist galleries and shops. This place fits the mold of this town very well. This business was the idea of a few tradesmen who collaborated with others on the building right down to the furniture. Nice cozy and local ambiance with indoor or outdoor seating. The staff was extremely friendly and attentive. Food is what I would describe as above average pub fare. I really enjoyed my visit and this place exemplifies a small town local brewery. However, there is one critical link missing- the beer. It’s not that great. Drinkable yes, but every beer out of 5 had some problems on the finish (acetaldehyde, diacetyl). The experience and food made of for some of it. I hope to see them succeed and perhaps refine their beers a bit. If you are in the area, check it out.