Big Machine Distillery & Tavern opens Berry Hill location in Nashville

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Big Machine Distillery & Tavern opened in mid-October in Berry Hill. (Dylan Skye Aycock/Community Impact Newspaper)

Big Machine Distillery & Tavern opened in mid-October in Berry Hill. (Dylan Skye Aycock/Community Impact Newspaper)

Big Machine Distillery & Tavern opened in mid-October in Berry Hill at 2824 Bransford Ave., Nashville. The distillery offers coffee, food, craft cocktails and live music. In addition to the tasting room in Berry Hill, Big Machine Vodka operates a distillery in Lynnville, Tennessee, and a downtown tasting room. www.bigmachinevodka.com


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