Prairie Artisan Ales Cellar Blowout at Brewhouse South – TONIGHT

Brewhouse South (1855 Galleria Blvd, Franklin, TN 37067) is hosting a Prairie Artisan Ales takeover event on Thursday, March 9th at 5PM. In addition to 5 draft offerings, Brewhouse South will also have 8 Prairie bottles available. Some of these bottles have been cellared since last fall, when these beers first appeared and then quickly disappeared in the Nashville market. Barrel Aged BOMB! and Pirate BOMB! were highly allocated and limited at one bottle per person. Both of these rare beers will be available in 12 oz bottles at Brewhouse South. Thursday’s event will be a great opportunity to taste some of these beers, if you missed out on bottles in late 2016.

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Since Prairie arrived in Nashville via Bounty Bev in October, an amazing number of Prairie’s barrel aged and non-barrel aged stouts have swiftly come and gone. I wasn’t sure what to expect when their Nashville distribution was announced, but Prairie has continually sent their best beers this way. BOMB! has quickly become a regular offering on many draft lists around town and bottles seem to be in endless supply. In addition to these great stouts, Brewhouse South will also be pouring some of Prairie’s excellent farmhouse ales: Ace, Standard, and the newly released Funky Gold Citra. Here’s the full list of what will be available on Thursday:

      Draft

  • Prairie Ace
  • Prairie Bible Belt
  • Prairie Standard
  • Prairie Paradise
  • Prairie Funky Gold Citra

Bottles

  • Prairie Noir
  • Prairie Pirate Bomb
  • Prairie Barrel Aged Bomb
  • Prairie Vanilla Noir
  • Prairie Pirate Noir
  • Prairie Coffee Noir
  • Prairie BA Bible Belt
  • Prairie Bible Belt

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