A couple of minutes walk away from Jackolope Brewery, there were plenty of people waiting for their 3pm opening time on the Thursday of my visit. I actually approached from a back street and ending up going through an open side door into the brewery operation itself, which was fairly large and industrious. The tap room itself is a small affair in comparison to the building, taking up the front corner, but has ample simple seating. Their own selection is extensive enough. The flights may have been discontinued as small pours were only available.
Part of the walking tour of breweries you can hit in Nashville, and it’s the biggest and oldest of the bunch. Being old, the taproom could use a nice upgrade at this point, but its a good place to drink beer nonetheless. The beers were all fairly solid, with styles ranging the full spectrum from sours to lagers, IPAs to porters. Service was very good: quick, knowledgeable, and friendly. Worth a quick stop on your way to all the others.
Cool place - probably the coolest for vibe in tis brewery strip of Nashville. Big place with lots of beer on tap when I was in. Beers are mostly above average. Friendly staff and decent prices. Must visit, and this place has many more options than the airport stall.
A lot like other craft breweries. Not a lot of parking, friendly staff, seating for drinking. I was happy to find a bunch of stuff that isn’t regularly bottled. Outdoor and indoor seating. Tours available. Fun.
Nice place. Strong selection. Don’t expect guest taps. Don’t expect food. The food truck was nice though. Staff was friendly and knew thier products. Tours are offered. Serving area is open and light with elbow room and a noise level that let’s you talk. Music selection was 80s 90s mix. Enjoyed this place.
Visited 5.5.16 in the afternoon. Good local atmosphere with plenty to drink - flights and tasters are available - and reasonably priced. Lots of seasonal releases and one-offs as well as bottles. Staff was nice, food truck outside. Worth the visit.
First brewery in Tennessee, so that’s neat. Kind of the big boy of the scene, I guess. Nice sized location and we happened to be visiting on their 12th Anniversary, so special pricing on all the beers during the visit meant that a number of samples and full pours came out to to less than $10. Amazing, though normally not quite so cheap, still not expensive.
They do offer a flight, but it’s predetermined. However, you can just order taster sized pours of everything, so no need to really worry about it too much. They had a number of Embrace the Funk offerings on tap and in bottles as well as their normal lineup and a few seasonal drafts. Nice selection and, generally, good quality. I really liked their hefeweizen quite a bit. Other beers were mostly good, but not great.
Service is pretty good, though they got busy quite fast, even though we arrived right as they opened.
The circumstances of my visit probably inflated my view a bit, but I really enjoyed my trip here.
Been trying to come here for years, and it finally happened. Extremely average everything about this place. The facility, the beer, the atmosphere, and none of it stood out. The flight was cool using the small snifters in a giant wooden Y tray, but the beers in the flight were so-so at best. All in all very disappointing, and there are at least five better options within walking distance. Funny that all of the last ten reviews were in the 70s...