UPDATED (1/19/16): Eater caught up with Vinyl Tap co-owner Todd Hedrick regarding his plans for the project. A fourth generation East Nashvillian, Hedrick says that he's had the idea for a number of years, and that the former Family Wash space was the perfect fit. As advertised, they will specialize in local craft beer (primarily Tennessee) and new and used vinyl records. They plan to have about 24 taps, along with wine and a limited food menu. Hedrick also notes that they plan on having live music "at some point down the road." A May opening is the current target.
Nearly a year after The Family Wash served their last shepherd's pie out of their original location, Vinyl Tap, a craft beer bar and record store, is taking over the space. Interior demo of the building appears to have begun just within the past week. And while their website is not yet up and running, you can follow their construction progress on Facebook or Instagram.
Eater has reached out for more details, so be sure to check back for updates.