Thursday, November 21, 2013

Book Signing: Nashville Brewing + New Brew Release

Want to know about the history of brewing in Nashville?
Perfect. Cause we know an awesome guy in Brentwood named Scott R. Mertie who started collecting Nashville beer memorabilia when he was in the 1st grade. He collected so much that his collection turned obsession, and he gathered and learned so much that he wrote a book. 

The book is called Nashville Brewing. Through this book, self-published in 2006, Mertie is helping establish the history of brewing in Nashville. Thanks, man.

Mertie wants to share his knowledge so much that he's giving a free informational seminar, book signing, and Q&A at the Turtle Anarchy taproom on December 6 from 7-9p. No tickets necessary. Just show up, enjoy some Turtle, and learn about the roots of this beautiful beer industry in Music City.
He'll also have his book for sale at the event, so bring cash/your checkbook to buy some as Christmas gifts.

Today (Thursday), we release a smoked porter called 1864. We're calling it 1864 to commemorate the Battle of Franklin, which happened November 30, 1864. We're donating $5 from each keg purchased to Battle of Franklin Trust, a local charity dedicated to maintaining and restoring the properties, artifacts, and documents related to the Battle of Franklin in order to preserve its history. Learn more here.

We'll also have None More Black (stout with coffee), Smoke & Mirrors (stout with cinnamon and chipotle), and Blizzard Beast (stout with wintergreen and elderberry) on tap.

Saturday 11/23 from noon-4pm, we're doing a beer tasting in Murfreesboro called Brews in the Barn, located at Sinking Creek Farm. We'll be pouring Aurumglass, Another Way To Rye, and Smoke & Mirrors. Get your $20 tickets at Broad Street Tobacco in Murfreesboro.

Just a reminder, we'll be open Wednesday 11/27 (4-10p), CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY, open Friday 11/29 (4-10p), and open Saturday 11/30 (2-10p). Bring your growlers and treat your family to some Turtle!


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