NEW: New Heights Brewing
The Average Beer Drinker’s Guide to Unexpected Deliciousness
Welcome Nashville’s Newest Brewery and Taproom: New Heights Brewing. Bringing west coast style to Nashville their beer bears fresh hops with full flavor. They brew what they like to drink and you can taste the passion in the product.
Here's what's on tap:
Berry Fancy Raspberry Cream Ale
Raspberry Cream Ale: For the Summertime, or anytime, honestly
A style ale similar to a golden ale, brewed with organic raspberries.
Sweet Munich English Pale Ale
English Pale Ale: A Belgian with more bite
Exactly what is sounds like: a pale ale brewed with english yeast for a richer, darker, flavor.
Trye Star Rye IPA
Rye IPA: unofficially deemed a gateway IPA
Three different hops, three different grains, with rye to make it spicy. An easy to drink IPA without a ton of hops.
Beerded Recluse Ale
American Strong Ale: like the triple IPA above, but not quite
Brewed with tennessee sorghum, clocks in at 8.8% alcohol.
Holy Mole Milk Stout
Mole Milk Stout: Not necessarily an official type, but worthy of it
Brewed with 25 pounds of 6 different types of chile peppers, 30 pounds of chocolate, raisins, star anise, and peanuts. This delicious dark beauty is inspired by traditional mole sauce without as much of the spice.
Barley Wine: Technically beer, but with more party
This english style barley wine is tart, smart, and everything in between. The only thing that stands in the way of a beer denomination is the alcohol content. This one rings in a hearty 12.4% alcohol: perfect as we ride into spring.
Imperial Stout: a rare classic in this line up of peculiars
A classic stout, this beer lays thick in your mouth without being overbearing. It’s a nutty riff on a rich classic.
Hooked on descriptions alone? Come by the taproom (hours here) to pick up a pint and some of Dan’s Gourmet Mac and Cheese. Chat with the owners about what makes them tick and maybe even book your next event in this dog friendly 140+ capacity space.