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Music City Beer Society leads Leprechaun Rampage

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Music City Beer Society leads Leprechaun Rampage

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The Nashville Leprechaun Rampage once again hits the streets of the Music City for a St. Patrick's day pub crawl. This years event will start mid-day Saturday, March 15, and will tour through the Nashville Brewery District.

The crawl will start at an STS private location, then jump over to Hops and Crafts in the Gulch at around 2:00 p.m. The party will move east to Yazoo Brewery, then Jackalope, then Tennessee Brew Works, with each stop lasting about an hour.

The Nashville Brewery District sort of developed organically when Yazoo Brewery moved their production operation to Division street in the Gulch. Jackalope Brewery popped in on Eight, just a few blocks away, a couple years later. Then just recently, the Tennessee Brew Works and Czann's Brewing opened up just a few more blocks to the east. Though not a brewery, Hops and Crafts on 12th in the Gulch, is an honorary member with a pedigree from the Yazoo Taproom, and 36 taps of all quality craft draft beer.

The Music City Beer Society is Nashville's, and Tennessee's probably, biggest beer appreciation group. Focusing primarily on volunteerism, the group also promotes beer education and enlightenment. Members include brewery workers, brewery representatives, distributors, home brewers, and just plain regular beer drinkers.

So if you are fan of beer, check out the Music City Beer Society. If you are Irish, Gaelic, or at least Irish minded, feel free to pop in and join the Leprechaun Rampage.

Time for a pint. Cheers!

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