The 8th Annual East Nashville Beer Festival presented by 3 Crow Bar is back on Saturday April 7, 2018! We are so excited and honored to be celebrating our 8th year of ENBF and to welcome you all back to East Nashville's ONLY craft beer tasting and festival. This is the event that started it all here at Rhizome Productions and we are honored to host this event in our community.
This year we are excited to offer an expanded offering of traditional Belgian, German, and import beers in our Woodland Wine Merchant Tent, plus we welcome back The Basement East to the festival, as they will be curating our live music offerings!
We would like to take a moment to mention that the East Nashville Beer Festival is forever dedicated to Curtis McArthur who sadly passed away in early 2014. He will be greatly missed and we plan to have a festival wide toast at 420pm in his honor. Cheers Hopstronomer!
The East Nashville Beer Festival takes place at East Park in the heart of East Nashville. We are honored to host ENBF at East Park as it is in the neighborhood where we live, please respect the park as we attempt to return it cleaner then we received it. East Park offers no parking, so please be respectful when parking on the residental streets of East Nashville. However, we highly suggest you utilize LYFT to get to and from the event safely. New riders can use code "Rhizome" to get $5 off 2 rides and current users can save 15% on 2 rides with code "ENBF18"
Once again Mike Grimes will be personally curating our music selections, guests will expereince performaces by 4 different bands. This year's stage and entertainment is made possible by East Side Smiles, thank you Dr. Hadley!
Once again we are proud to support Nashville's own Ride for Reading. Since 2011, The East Nashville Beer Festival has been helping Ride for Reading grow and reach its goals. Since starting in 2011, the East Nashville Beer Festival has raised over $125,000 to support Ride for Reading!
Ride for Reading is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that works to promote literacy and healthy living among children in low-income communities by donating age-appropriate books via bicycle. Since its foundation in 2008, Ride for Reading has donated over 400,000 books, mobilized over 20,000 volunteers, and visited over 250 schools, in over 35 cities nationwide. Today, Ride for Reading donates books to Title l schools, public libraries, and community centers while engaging the local cycling scene along with teachers and members of the education system.
Interested in volunteering at the East Nashville Beer Festival? You can sign up here!