One of the country's most unique breweries, Collective Arts Brewing, is expanding its distribution next month and heading down to Nashville, Tennessee for a week full of beer and music events over the week of November 13th. Known for its collaboration with visual artists from around the world on their label designs, this expansion to Nashville is no exception.
In mid-November, Collective Arts will release a limited edition series of tall boy cans for their Hemisphere IPA, featuring artwork by different independent, Nashville-based bands like The Lonely Biscuits. With Nashville being a craft beer-loving mecca (which is probably a norm these days), I think we can expect this collaborative brewer to be accepted down south with open arms.
The company's lineup of microbrews are currently readily available in Alberta, Nova Scotia and Ontario and will be available in British Columbia in the next few months. As well, you can find Collective in American markets like New York and the Chicago area as well.