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Client, Jackalope Brewing Weighs In: Do's and Don'ts of Growlers

(Photo: Samuel M. Simpkins/ The Tennessean)(Photo: Samuel M. Simpkins/ The Tennessean)GRAB IT AND GROWLER:  YOU CAN TAKE IT WITH YOU

Client, Jackalope Brewing Company and other local breweries share some great growler do's and don'ts in today's The Tennessean.

A growler is simply the best way to take fresh beer home.  There are many filing stations all around town!  Many of our local craft brewers do not bottle, so this is the only way to take beer on the go.  To read this interesting article in The Tennessean, click here.

 

 

Jackalope Brewing Company Partners with Soap Business

Bone McAllester Norton client Jackalope Brewing Company has partnered with James and Eileen Ray, a local farming couple, in launching three soap varieties that use original brews, the Tennessean reports. The soap is made with Thunder Ann, Rompo or Bearwalker and is combined with goat milk, coconut oil, milk, lye and olive oil. Other breweries have also gotten into the soap-making business, as hops help soothe and soften skin.

Read the full article here.

 

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June 2011 Newsletter Features New Attorney, Stephanie Taylor, Human Relations Award Dinner, Wildhorse Saloon, & Jackalope Brewing Company.

Bone McAllester Norton is thrilled to welcome Stephanie Taylor and congratulate Charles W. Bone on being honored for making a difference at the 40th Annual CommunityNashville Human Relations Award Dinner.  To read the rest of our newsletter, click here.

Bonelaw Client Stays with Trends

Growlers, half gallon jugs used to transport beer, are one of the hottest growth areas in the beer business, most recently expanding to upscale beer stores in the Nashville area.



Nashville's newest brewery, and Will Cheek client, Jackalope, joins a growing trend of breweries selling only kegs and growlers of beer.  This allows the brewery to open without purchasing expensive bottling equipment.  Some say it also enhances the mystique of the craft brewer.

Bonelaw Client Stays with Trends

Growlers, half gallon jugs used to transport beer, are one of the hottest growth areas in the beer business, most recently expanding to upscale beer stores in the Nashville area.
Nashville's newest brewery, and Will Cheek client, Jackalope, joins a growing trend of breweries selling only kegs and growlers of beer.  This allows the brewery to open without purchasing expensive bottling equipment.  Some say it also enhances the mystique of the craft brewer.

Jackalope Brewing Company Opening in 2011

In spring of 2011, Will Cheek’s client, Jackalope Brewing Company, LLC, will open a craft brewery and taproom at its new location on 8th Avenue South, near the Gulch.

Operated by Bailey Spaulding and Robyn Virball, this will be the first entirely female run commercial brewery in Tennessee.  The taproom will feature four different draft brews including a rotating tap for experimental and seasonal beers to be available at Nashville bars and restaurants.

Click for more on this story at WKRN.com, "Local women plan to open brewery downtown."


 

Jackalope Brewing Company Opening in 2011

In spring of 2011, Will Cheek’s client, Jackalope Brewing Company, LLC, will open a craft brewery and taproom at its new location on 8th Avenue South, near the Gulch.

Operated by Bailey Spaulding and Robyn Virball, this will be the first entirely female run commercial brewery in Tennessee.  The taproom will feature four different draft brews including a rotating tap for experimental and seasonal beers to be available at Nashville bars and restaurants.

Click for more on this story at WKRN.com, "Local women plan to open brewery downtown."