12 South Winter Warmer presented by Woodland Wine Merchant is back for it's SIXTH year and as many of you know really is Nashville's best beer festival. Featuring 35(ish) hand-selected local, regional, and national craft breweries. As always we focus on stouts, porters, barley wines, winter seasonals, and anything out of a barrel (sours too).
As always the 12 South Winter Warmer takes place in Sevier Park in the 12 South neighborhood.
Not familair with the venue, please see the map below for directions
We always suggest that our guests arrange for a safe ride, be it a designated driver or a local cab company or Uber/Lyft. We will share our exclusive Uber deal as we get closer to the festival. If you do drive please make sure you park in properly marked parking areas so your vehicle is where you left it after the event.
Please help us show the community that we are responsible by being aware of your alcohol consumption and do NOT drive while intoxicated. All attendees, staff members, and volunteers’ actions before, during, and after the event will affect the future of the 12 South Winter Warmer. That being said, we look forward to a great festival and having you all be part of this awesome event!
For everyone, consider walking! Especially if you live in or around the area, you will need it! If you need to drive, have a friend or family member drop you off or pick you up. If you must drive home plan to visit a local dining establishment, have a nice meal and plenty of water before heading home. SAFTEY FIRST
Attending the Winter Warmer is about more then just tasting beers, its getting to know the people making them. Standby for an updated scheudle, for now see what we talked about in 2015.
The Oasis Bike Workshop is a collaboration between the Oasis Center and Halcyon Bike Shop. The Workshop is a free, six week program open to Nashville’s youth, and thanks to our friends at Humana, it is housed in a beautiful new workshop at the Youth Opportunity Center.
The Bike Workshop grew from concern that youth of our city do not have adequate transportation, don’t get adequate exercise, and are often overlooked as agents of change. Collectively, we agree that bicycling is a healthy and sustainable mode of transportation that is often forgotten or considered to be too difficult and dangerous for youth on our urban streets. Other times, bikes are simply unaffordable.
Since June 2009, over 400 youth have completed the bike program. That means 400 more young people own a bike, are safe and skilled riders and now have access to more opportunities than ever before!
Interested in volunteering at 12SWW for a behind the scenes view or helping the Bike Workshop in the future? Sign Up Here