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Boro beer park offers free music on Americana Sundays

LIVE MUSIC | Murfreesboro — Did you know that Murfreesboro boasted its own beer park? The unique agritourism spot opened in June of this year and it’s not just your ordinary brewery and taproom. Hop Springs located off John Bragg Highway just outside Murfreesboro combines not one but three onsite brewing projects plus corn hole boards, disc golf, hiking trails, a picnic area, and dog park … all spread across 83-acres in rural Rutherford County.

Every Sunday they offer free, live music during Americana Sundays. There’s an open bluegrass jam from 2 to 3:30 p.m. with the Good Dogs followed by an open blues, rock, and Americana jam session from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.

They offer a full menu of bar foods like brisket sliders, veggie egg rolls, and smoked wings and of course, a wide selection of craft beer.

The venue features three breweries. The Steel Barrel Brewery offers Tennessee-inspired brews like their Americana Session Ale, Raider IPA, and Crockett Lager. Their Mantra Artisan Ales offers pours like Saffron IPA, Battleground Belgian Wit, and Amour Rouge Flanders-Style Sour Red Ale. Lastly, there’s the Humulus Project, which is a series of bold and experimental IPAs. For a complete beer menu of what’s currently on tap, click here.

Hop Springs is located a 6790 John Bragg Highway just outside the Boro. The venue is both kid and dog friendly. To learn more, visit their website. •

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