November 17, 2014
Media Contact: Benjamin Colvin
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BIRMINGHAM, AL – For Immediate Release
ANNOUNCING WILD SOUTH’S BREWFEST 2015, A Fundraiser Uniting Southern Brewers to Benefit Our Wild Public Lands. Tickets on sale 12/18.
Event: 2nd Annual Wild South Brewfest
Date/Time: Saturday, February 21, 2015
1 to 5 p.m.
Cost: Tickets on sale Thursday, Dec. 18; $40 general; $75 VIP
Benefits: Brewfest provides much needed resources for advocacy and awareness to keep our wild public lands intact for generations to come.
Location: WorkPlay Soundstage, 500 23rd Street South, Birmingham, AL (Tickets at http://www.wildsouth.org)
Wild South, a regional leader in conservation, proudly announces this signature fundraiser. In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Eastern Wilderness Act as well as the 40th Anniversary of Sipsey Wilderness, Wild South Brewfest will bring together hundreds of wilderness advocates to rally around the work we do together protecting the South’s wild public lands.
The event showcases the best craft brewers from our region to raise awareness for wild places and wild things across the South. Attendees can sample craft brews from over twenty brewers from our 7 state region of Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, and Tennessee.
The event also features great food, live music, and a Gear Expo. Tickets are $75 VIP, includes early admission, meet and greet with brewers, one Wild Pack and an event T-shirt. $40 ticket includes event admission, sampling of all craft brews, souvenir Wild South tasting glass, great food, live music, and Wild South membership.
This fundraiser would not be possible without these sponsors: Alabama Outdoors, Hop City, Weld for Birmingham, Birmingham Mountain Radio, and WorkPlay.
Wild South is a regional non-profit organization that inspires people to enjoy, value and protect the wild character and natural legacy of the South. We have protected over a half million acres of public lands, thousands of miles of streams, and hundreds of cultural sites. Wild South is the voice of our public lands, forests, and waters as people across the region band together to save wild places and wild things that we all love. For more information, visit www.wildsouth.org