If you are in Nashville please join us this Tuesday (3/31/14) for the grand opening of our showroom in the Village Marketplace and Brewery. The space is located in Hillsburo Village in the old Boscos building. There will be craft beer available, lots of great shopping, and we'll be there from 6-8 selling bags!
"Craft beer and shopping come together under one roof at Hillsboro Village's newest business, Village Brewhouse & Marketplace.The owners of Sam's Sports Grill purchased the brewing equipment and leased the former Boscos Restaurant & Brewing Co. space at 1805 21st Ave. after Boscos closed in the fall. The new brewery serves about 10 craft beers, wines and appetizers, while the marketplace has room for 20 vendors to sell goods."It's a unique place to shop and drink. We have a little mix of everything in here," said Liz Waller, who is overseeing the Village Brewhouse & Marketplace project. The business has a small seating area surrounding the bar and big-screen televisions.
Four beers are being brewed on site: an English Pale Ale, a hybrid India Pale Ale, an Oatmeal Stout and an American Pale Ale. The appetizer menu includes chips served with various dips, including queso, salsa, pimiento cheese, smoked trout dip, white bean hummus and olive tapenade.
Vendors have rented the remainder of the space to sell a range of goods, from food products to women's clothing and men's messenger bags.Vendors at the marketplace include fashionABLE, Galena Garlic Company, Sweet Darling French macarons, Hollybelle home goods and antiques, Muse Boutique, C.London essential oils, Nola Granola, Star Art, Bee Attitude T-shirts, El Baul jewelry, Rosie Jayne, Tucker & Bloom messenger bags and Sweet Tea Candle Company. A space near the front of the building is reserved for vendors to rent by the day, Waller said."
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