SORBA-MidTN is working on three different projects in the Nashville area: one in Metro Parks at Bells Bend, one in Percy Warner Park and one in the Cane Ridge area.
A bunch of good brews — including locals Blackstone, Jackalope, Yazoo, and Hap & Harry's Lynchburg Lager — will be on tap at the event. Other participating breweries include: Brooklyn, Hamilton Creek, Oskar Blues and New Belgium. Crispin Cider will cover the cider side.
Guests will receive a souvenir pint tasting glass, hors d'oeuvres and more. In addition to the tasting, Grammy-nominated country singer Keith Anderson (who incidentally co-wrote the hit tune "Beer Run") will perform.
Admission to the fundraiser is $35. An additional donation of $10 enters guests into a contest to win a Lynskey Pro 29 Titanium Frame. For those of you who don’t know, those cost upward of $3,000.
Trail leaders have made their way to the southeastern boarder of Davidson County in Cane Ridge Park, and phase two of the building will begin this summer. Eventually, SORBA-MidTN hopes to have nine miles of total trail at Cane Ridge.
If that’s not enough to get your altruistic juices flowing, the trails are 100 percent volunteer-built and volunteers have spent hundreds of hours putting together the hand-built, sustainable trails.