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Tennessee Brew Works Arrives at Nashville International Airport

NASHVILLE – More local craft beer has landed at Nashville International Airport (BNA). Tennessee Brew Works, a popular Nashville-based brewery, is now serving up all its local craft beer favorites at BNA.

Operated by Delaware North, the Tennessee Brew Works kiosk is conveniently located at the A/B Food Court Rotunda.  

"We are delighted to welcome Tennessee Brew Works to Nashville International Airport," said Rob Wigington, Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority president and CEO. "It is important to us that our airport reflects the tastes and sounds of Music City, and that definitely includes Nashville's outstanding local craft beer. Cheers to a new partnership with Tennessee Brew Works and to great success at BNA."

Tap selections will include beers such as their Southern Wit, Walk the Lime, Extra Easy, Cutaway IPA, Bluff City, Country Roots and more throughout the year. Passengers can enjoy a 16oz or 22oz beer at the kiosk or take it 'to go' throughout the secure side of the terminal. An array of beer flights will also be available. Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily for a short grace period, then ultimately 7a.m. to 7 p.m.

"While Nashville has grown to become a corporate center and a hub for global tourism, the city remains very supportive of its local community and small businesses such as us," said Christian Spears, Tennessee Brew Works founder and president. "We're grateful for our partnership with Delaware North and the Airport Authority and appreciate their willingness to support a growing local business. Tennessee Brew Works is honored to be represented at Nashville International Airport where we can provide visitors and others with the chance to enjoy locally created craft beer, yet another great feature of our wonderful city."

"We are proud to be partnering with such a community oriented business," said Kevin Kelly, president of Delaware North's travel hospitality business.  "Like Delaware North, Tennessee Brew Works is conscious of being responsible to our neighbors and to our environment while brewing a great product."

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