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Outside view the Distillery at sunset
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Distillery entrance
Horses at the Distillery

Our post-pandemic reopening has arrived! On Saturday, June 19, 2021, we will reveal Phase Two at Nearest Green Distillery and we can't wait to welcome you! Every bit of our 270-acre, four-phase, $50 million build-out, is a master class in storytelling and history-making. No matter where you turn on our property, we are either unveiling history-making moments of the past or history being made in the present.

We will have a ribbon-cutting with our founders and team at 9 am, followed by self-paced tours beginning at 9:30 AM and offered once an hour on the half-hour. You will be able to take a self-paced tour, participate in a tasting, or a self-paced tour and tasting combination. Tastings without a tour can be purchased day of, at the distillery.

PLEASE NOTE: The State of Tennessee will not require masks be worn after May 14th. However, if you are not vaccinated, we do request that you wear a mask whenever indoors. There is plenty of space outdoors for you to enjoy, as well.

Events and Happenings at the Nearest Green Distillery

Self-Paced Tours at Nearest Green Distillery

Self-paced tours and tastings available from 9:30 AM through 4:30 PM starting on Saturday, June 19, 2021.

Book the Grand Opening Tour Here

Guided Teetotaler Tours

Guided tours available 2 times each weekend day, starting on Saturday, June 26, 2021.

Book Your Tour Here

NGD Welcome Center Hours

Saturday: 9 AM – 6 PM

Sunday: 11 AM – 6 PM

Our facility is a working distillery and farm Monday through Friday. Therefore, our tours, retail experience, restaurant and bar are currently only available on the weekends unless otherwise stated.

Guided Tasting Tours

Guided tours available 2 times each weekend day, starting on Saturday, June 26, 2021.

Book Your Tour Here

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