Watch the Sister Cities of Nashville Bier Dinner with Von Elrod’s Beer Hall & Kitchen and Nashville Brewing Company, with music by Polkawagen.
Nashville Brewing Company’s Original Lager won a Silver Medal (second place) in the Munich Helles category at the Great American Beer Festival, the world’s most prestigious professional beer competition.
Watch Pint Sized’s review of Nashville Brewing Company’s Beers
Scott Mertie, co-founder of Nashville Brewing Company, explains the history of Oktoberfest, how lager beer was developed, and the characteristics of Nashville Festbier.
Matt Leff with Rhizome Live talks to Scott Mertie, co-founder of Nashville Brewing Company, about NBC’s history, the impact of COVID-19 on their brewing and business, and where you can find NBC’s beer.
Scott Mertie, co-founder of Nashville Brewing Company, recently toured the six big breweries in Munich, Germany and published an article on his adventures in the Beer Cans & Brewery Collectibles magazine.
A new historical marker recognizing the Brewery at Mill Creek was recently installed by Metro Nashville Public Works at Elm Hill Pike and Massman Drive.
Sadly, the Germantown Brewery District historical marker commissioned by Scott Mertie, co-founder of Nashville Brewing Company, and his wife Candy was destroyed in the tornado that hit Nashville in March 2020.
Scott Mertie, co-founder of Nashville Brewing Company, provides a touching memorial to his friend, John Janusek, in the January/February 2020 issue of Beer Cans & Brewery Collectibles.
On May 13 & 14, local brewery historian Scott R. Mertie and Vanderbilt University Anthropology Professor John Janusek will utilize ground-penetrating radar equipment in an attempt to rediscover long-lost beer cellars and tunnels dug under Sixth Avenue South
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: We are honored Sports Illustrated highlighted Nashville Original Lager in their 2019 NFL Draft (Beer) Guide.
CRAFT BEER: A new historical marker celebrating the Nashville Porter and Ale Brewery was recently installed by Metro Nashville Public Works at Charlotte Avenue and 19th Avenue North.
CRAFT BEER: Most of us know that unsettled conditions in Europe in the early 19th century caused many Europeans to immigrate to the United States. We also know that many of these immigrants brought their trade skills to help shape the framework of our country. One of these trades was the art of brewing.
TENNESSEE CRAFT BEER: Dating back to 1859, the Nashville Brewing Company had to stop production after just two years due to the Civil War. The brewery eventually reopened but by then had changed names and owners numerous times. In 1890 it became the Moerlein-Gerst Brewing Company, and in 1893 William Gerst purchased controlling interest and renamed it the William Gerst Brewing Company.
BEER CANS & BREWERY COLLECTIBLES: Brewery Collectibles Club of America member, Scott Mertie, moved to Nashville in 1992. He began collecting breweriana in Tennessee and over the next decade he started obtaining more and more information about Nashville’s brewing past.
NASHVILLE SCENE: When it comes to the history of Nashville brewing, especially in the days before and up to the end of the heyday of Gerst, there is no more authoritative expert than Scott Mertie.
AJAX TURNER: Nashville‐based Scott Mertie is a businessman, craft beer aficionado and the author of “Nashville Brewing,” a book which chronicles the history of Music City’s beer industry. He is also the owner of Nashville’s newest local brewery: Nashville Brewing Company.
TENNESSEAN: Scott Mertie is an accountant, beer memorabilia collector and the author of “Nashville Brewing,” a book which chronicles the history of Music City’s beer industry. Now he’s adding a new title to his resume: owner of a brewing company.
Nashville Brewing Company (NBC) is excited to announce the release of its first beer to Middle Tennessee in over 125 years – Nashville Lager Beer. Ajax-Turner will be the distributing the beer to restaurants, bars, and stores throughout Middle Tennessee.
NASHVILLE POST: Nashville-based businessman and craft beer aficionado Scott Mertie will unveil in early December his Nashville Lager, a brew with a significant local history.