On tap now
We brew a variety of styles here at BS, and you can find names/descriptions of everything we craft below. Some are seasonal, however, and we occasionally get caught in a production cycle swing and might not have all listed beers available at a given time, so check the wall behind the bar or ask one of our beertenders what’s available before setting your heart on a particular brew. We also carry a variety of Diskin Hard Ciders (Nashville, TN), as well as good ol’ Coca Cola (glass bottle, cane sugar when we can get them) and the Boyland line of sodas for our designated drivers and those who choose not to drink alcoholic beverages.
Barren Plains Amber
As lovely and dependable as a Barren Plains sunset, this amber is always full-bodied and smooth – a beer you can depend on! *ABV 5.25%
Our Greenbrier neighbors have asked, “So, when do WE get a beer named after our area?”. Wait no more! We even have a special tap handle for this easy drinking, float-the-river blonde ale that’s perfect for your summer outings – come see (and taste) it for yourself! *ABV 5.1%
Midsummer’s Night Brown Ale
Though it’s not heavy, this brown ale tastes malty, with chocolate and a touch of coffee flavors. It pours dark but drinks light – not too heavy for any time of year. *ABV 5.3%
Point 9 Pilsner
The quintessential lager that comes in so many taste profiles, our Pils is named after the railway tunnel that traverses beneath Ridgetop, TN, which is exactly .9 miles in length. We like to think the brave, hard-working souls who dug the tunnel would have loved a cold, golden-colored tasty beverage after being cooped up underground all day. *ABV 5.1%
Shady West Coast IPA
A solid India Pale Ale that hearkens back to the West Coast-style that started the IPA craze in America. Shade Tree Farm on Kinney’s Rd. in western Robertson County will vouch that it’s a good one! *ABV 6.9%
Sulphur Fork Saison – Barrel Conditioned
We reserved 25 gallons of our Saison this year for a barrel project with Leatherwood Distillery. Utilizing a rye whiskey barrel, we rested this beer for a few months while moving it from warm to cool environs to see what would happen. Surprisingly, we ended up with a libation we decided to serve still (uncarbonated) straight from the barrel. Try it yourself and let us know what YOU taste! *ABV 7.2%
Sunny Vanilla Cream Ale
Orlinda is known as the “sunniest spot in Tennessee” and this light, refreshing beer with just a touch of vanilla will remind you of a perfect summer
Three Forks Oat Stout
Cold weather arrives and we think “Stout”! Black coffee, dark chocolate, and a hint of vanilla couple with a lightly viscous body to create a highly drinkable dark-souled ale. *ABV 5.1%
Yellow Jacket Dry-Hopped APA
Perhaps our most requested rotator, the Yellow Jacket is a low bitterness, hop forward pale ale that get a generous dose of Citra post-fermentation (dry hopping). Huge orange/grapefruit nose and smooth bitterness make this a taproom favorite. *ABV 6.3%
Raisin’ Helles on Keysburg Road
Long name for a simple lager, but it was a recipe selected and named by one of our Mug Club members who won the right via a charity auction. We’re in the home stretch of the lagering process, so check back for a release date.
Flight tastings of four beers
What better way to find your favorite than to try several! Pick four from our currently available offerings and discover your next pint (or two).
Diskin Hard Ciders 16 oz.
Lil’ Blondie, ABV 5.6; Bob’s Your Uncle, ABV 6.9; Six One Five, ABV 5.0 Tiki Tonic, ABV 5.0
Ranch Water Hard Seltzers
Original, Spicy, Prickly Pear, or Rio Red Grapefruit – ABV 4%
Coca Cola, Sprite,Root Beer, Ginger Ale, Orange Soda, Cream Soda, and Cheerwine
*ABV Signifies Alcohol By Volume