First stop of the night life tour of Nashville down by the river in the tourist district near Broadway. Street was lively, but the Beer Sellar seemed a little slow on a Friday night--but it was early though. Looked to be about 45 taps and a fair range of local beer including Yazoo, Blackstone BBC, Abita and Schlafly, but also a lot of the usual suspects like New Castle, Dos Equis, Blue Moon, etc.
The bar is downstairs, a cool, cellar-like environment in an old buidling with rock walls and a wood beam ceiling. Nice long inviting bar and the bartenders seemed to know their craft fairly well. Both of my beers were well served, fresh and clean. Got Abita Purple Haze on tap for the first time, and extended my Blackstone collection from earlier in the day.
Seemed liked the place could become a meat market later on with kids a lot younger than myself, so I moved on. Good place to learn about beer and have a couple, though I learned the next day that Flying Saucer is probably more of the real beer geeks destination--a lot more beers and a much bigger range to tantalize someone who's drank it all.