Tennessee Brew Works announces their 5th Annual Crawfish Boil

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To kickoff patio season Tennessee Brew Works is celebrating their 5th Annual Crawfish Boil on Saturday, March 7th, from 11 AM – 10 PM. RAIN OR SHINE!

To kickoff patio season Nashville-based Tennessee Brew Works is celebrating their 5th Annual Crawfish Boil on Saturday, March 7th.

To kickoff patio season Nashville-based Tennessee Brew Works is celebrating their 5th Annual Crawfish Boil on Saturday, March 7th.

This event has become the celebrated season opener for Nashville events with a great community turnout and the occasional celebrity cameo.

Tennessee Brew Works will have over 1200lbs of crawfish boiled in their IPA, Batey Farms-sourced andouille, corn and potatoes. Of course, they will be slinging craft beers galore with pitcher specials and unique craft beer offerings to pair with the crawfish. Tennessee cider and wine will also available for those seeking gluten-free or beer alternatives. Plus, there is a full bar with a wide range of Tennessee spirits on display.

This year they will showcase LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC throughout the day, featuring Taylor Alexander, Jon Byrd and Erin Hazelrig Music and her Dolly Parton Tribute Band.

No cover, no advance ticketing. Just come join the party!

P.S. The patio is dog-friendly too.

Contact Info

Company: Tennessee Brew Works
Contact: Christian Spears
Email: info@tnbrew.com

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