To install the latest version of Clojure on MacOS, you first need to install Java, after which you can install Clojure.
To install Java, I use Temurin and pick the latest LTS (Long-Term Support) version.
Assuming you already have Homebrew:
brew install temurin
brew install clojure/tools/clojure
This will also install
rlwrap which makes sure that you can use the arrow keys in the REPL.
I also use
neil for some common aliases, for example, to create a new project.
brew install babashka/brew/neil
Now you can run the
neil new command to create a new Clojure repository.