Ashland City’s first brew pub and microbrewery is now open for business after a busy grand opening event during the last week of February. Marrowbone Creek Brewing Company is open Wednesday’s and Thursday’s from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday’s from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday’s from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m., and Sunday’s 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sandwiches like the Italian, Caprese, and The Chupacabra are featured on the menu, along with shareables like pretzels with beer cheese and loaded fries. There’s also plenty for the kids, too, according to Ryan Jensen, MCBC Owner and Managing Partner.
“We are a family-friendly venue. We have a wide variety of kids’ sandwiches, and kids’ mocktails and a root beer float,” Jensen said. For the grownups there’s a Just Beer Float currently made with Left Hand Brewing’s Peanut Butter Milk Stout, chocolate ice cream, whipped cream, and topped with caramel sauce. Takeout is offered but the MCBC crew does not take orders ahead as of now.
Packaged beer is available in the bottle shop, so guests can take pre-packaged beer home, enjoy single cans in the taproom, or throw together their choice of six to-go as well, he said.
As far as staying safe, be sure to bring your face covering.
“We are currently asking guests to wear masks and stay home if they are ill or have been in contact with someone who has been sick. We are monitoring the state of COVID-19 in the Middle Tennessee area and hope to lift some of these precautions soon,” Jensen said.
Renovations on the event space in the back should be done soon, and he said they will have that open by summer.
“This will feature our brewhouse, expanded menu options, more bar seating, live music, and plenty of outdoor seating on our backdoor patio. We plan to sell the space for anyone looking for a wedding or reception venue, private concerts, private events, and much more. If all goes well, we may expand brewing offsite in the future,” he said.
*Photos by Jenny Mabry Photography