There'll be a new brew at some local bars soon, and it's a beer that aims to make a difference.
Nashville nonprofit that assists teens in difficult home situations, according to Jubilee founder Mark Dunkerley.
Dunkerley, a returned Nashvillian, describes the brew as medium bodied, not overly bitter, smooth and flavorful.
The beer will be contract brewed by the award-winning Bluegrass Brewing Company in Louisville, maker of the Bourbon Barrel Stout that first caught Dunkerley's eye.
The roster of establishments signed up to offer Jubilee so far include many Bites favorites: Whiskey Kitchen, Patterson House, Melrose, Corner Pub Green Hills, Corner Pub in the Woods, Lime, Paradise Park, Virago and, for the thirsty in Williamson County, Wolfgang Puck in Cool Springs. You're likely to roll up in one or other of those watering holes at some point: supporting a worthy cause will be as easy as ordering a beer.