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Uncle Nearest Distillery, also known as Nearest Green Distillery, is a whiskey distillery located in Shelbyville, Tennessee – just 45 minutes south of Nashville. It is named in honor of Nathan “Nearest” Green, an African-American master distiller who is credited with teaching Jack Daniel how to distill whiskey. Green’s contribution to American whiskey history had been largely overlooked until recent years — this is part of his story and the present day distillery experience.
Nashville, the heartbeat of Tennessee, is known for its rich musical history, Southern charm, and vibrant culture. However, beyond the tunes and honky-tonks, the city boasts a hidden treasure trove of artistic expression that captivates the eyes and souls of its visitors: the Nashville Murals. These captivating works of street art, scattered throughout the city, form a kaleidoscope of creativity and serve as an ever-evolving canvas that speaks to the heart of the city’s artistic spirit.
The Tennessee Distillers Guild is an...