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Clarksville’s Old Glory Distilling Co. is expanding

If you’ve had the Tennessee Whiskey Trail on your to-do list, kick those plans in high gear when the Old Glory Distilling Co. unveils new changes in early 2024.

A rendering of a silo with Old Glory branding and large outdoor patio with long tables, a fire pit, and string lights.

Sit under the stars on the back patio.

Rendering via Old Glory Distilling Co.

Hit the road, there are big changes in store for Old Glory Distilling Co. early this year.

Whether you want our Clarksville recs to sip and stay awhile, or you’re just passing though on the Tennessee Whiskey Trailhit the brakes at Old Glory. The distillery is nearly finished with a renovation that includes a large indoor-outdoor space, grain silo bar, and new restaurant concept.

The Restaurant and Silo Park at Old Glory Distilling Co. will take space adjacent to the distillery that was used to host events like weddings, banquets, and company parties. Upon its completion, guests can expect a menu featuring “modern takes on the region’s traditional entrées” and dishes created using the distillery’s signature spirits.

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