Nashville, TN — Blackstone Brewing Company® has celebrated a milestone with the capping of its one-millionth bottle of craft beer. Blackstone, which has operated Nashville’s oldest brewpub since 1994, opened a state-of-the art brewing and bottling facility in late 2011. Beer number one million was an APA (American Pale Ale).
“We appreciate everyone who has shared their enthusiasm for Blackstone bottled craft beer,” said Stephanie Weins, co-owner of Blackstone Brewing Company. “Without the help and support of everyone, we would have never reached this milestone so soon. Thank you Nashville!”
Blackstone craft beers are distributed locally by Ajax-Turner Co. and are available in bars and stores across middle Tennessee, Memphis, Knoxville and Chattanooga.
About Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery®:
Opened in 1994, Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery® is Nashville’s oldest and most popular brewpub. Blackstone’s award-winning craft beers Chaser Pale®, Nut Brown Ale, American Pale Ale and St. Charles Porter® are brewed and bottled in Nashville at the new, state-of-the-art Blackstone Brewing Company. Chaser Pale and Nut Brown Ale have been awarded medals at both the Great American Beer Festival and the World Beer Cup; St. Charles Porter® is the most award-winning Brown Porter in the history of the Great American Beer Festival. Visit www.blackstonebrewery.com for additional information.