Behold, Fat Bottom Brewery's Massive New Location In The Nations

Welcome to 33,000-square-feet of beer bliss.

Fat Bottom Brewery
Fat Bottom Brewery

Welcome to 33,000-square-feet of beer bliss.

Formerly located in East Nashville, Fat Bottom Brewery is getting ready to unveil its massive new space in The Nations when it holds a grand opening on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 800 44th Ave. N.

The new location is twice as big as its original space and features a spacious beer garden, brewpub, taproom and restaurant called “The Hop Yard.”

Along with expanding its brewing operations, Fat Bottom has grown its beer portfolio, starting with their new Tempest line, a “sour and barrel-aged beers that will feature unique ingredients and flavor profiles,” according to Fat Bottom.

The brewery also put the finishing touches on its new restaurant, event space and retail shop inside the new West Nashville location. Fat Bottom’s “casual-yet-creative” space in The Nations will feature shareable food items, 20 draft beer selections, burgers, salads, plated meals, vegetarian options as well as communal seating.

But wait, there’s more.

Fat Bottom’s private event space, “The Reserve,” will seat 150-200 people and include a small filling station dubbed “The Nations’ Tiniest Beer Store.”

Photos courtesy Fat Bottom Brewery

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