Large like a beer hall and a long bar and then a kind of sports bar vibe with tables and waitress service. Beer list is very good, featuring local bars as well as national and the off international beer. Vibe is busy but not cozy as the place is so massive. Service is friendly.
I love coming to the Flying Saucer here in Nashville Lighting is nice and not over bright. My server is awesome and knowledgeable. Beer selection is huge. At least a 100 beers here with at least 60 on tap. They have an amazing beer club here and any saucer, just ask them. Buffalo wings are the bomb. You can get local beers here for as little as 3.50$ a pint. I just love coming here. Parking in the back, just up the hill from main part of downtown Cheers!
Visited for some food and (local) beers. Large open and alluring historical location a short walk from Broadway. Large selection of taps and bottles, though quite a lot of them are from relatively common US breweries. Plenty of locals as well, fortunately. No half pours available, pints are only 3 dollars on monday evening. Burger was great, service friendly. Lots of character to the building.
Massive place with extensive seating, including tons of bar seating. Huge beer list, with flights available - though the prices are exorbitant ($14 per flight of 4). With this selection though, I can't be prevented from indulging. Service is very friendly and helpful. Mandatory stop when in town, despite the prices and rather gimmicky feel of the place.
Not too far a walk fro the main tourist areas around Broadway, it’s worth a trip as the selection is large here, as is the main open plan room in a lovely converted old building. The bar covers most of the back wall with plenty of seats occupying the rest of the well furnished and well designed room. There’s a smaller conservatory type area to sit in too. There’s no shortage of beer choice for a foreign visitor like myself, although speaking to some other locals later on in the day they were not that complimentary about this ’chain’ place. They do taster trays at an expensive price.
Came here for a few pours when traveling through town. Old train station that seems to be undergoing renovations on the exterior. I defiantly recommend waking up the rickety scaffolding steps as posed to the completely dark elevator when coming from parking behind and below the building. Empty for a Tuesday night. Draft list was okay, seemed a little weak for local stuff. Service was okay.
visited May 4th 2016. Too old for this shit. Really. Too much visual stimulation, dimly lit (good luck rating appearance), crowded and the shittiest acoustics - way too noisy. However, it’s open til late.
Beer selection is good - plenty of taps that pour hard to get local/ regional brews, so this in itself a very big plus. Bottle/ can menu is also huge, but as with places like this tends to have mix-up (I ordered Duck Rabbit Baltic Porter and was served their regular porter because the baltic wasn’t in stock - waitress uncapped before I could observe and replace. Also - full size glasses only. No half pints and god forbid - no tasting flights. Would avoid had I been a local, but as a tourist, it’s worth it for a round or two of local brews.