How to store a winter's-worth of garlic

Once thoroughly cured, garlic can store for up to one year (or longer) if kept in a dry and cool place.
The key to storing a winter's-worth of garlic is to avoid sources of cold, humidity & heat... those three in sequence are a recipe for garlic to actively sprout. Based on that criteria, some examples of common places to avoid storing garlic are: in the fridge, on a shelf above boiling pots of water, a sunny windowsill etc. 
Instead, consider storing your garlic wherever you tend to keep dry ingredients, like in a spice drawer or pantry. Allow for some airflow and you have the recipe for year-round garlic. Storing garlic in something as simple as a brown paper bag can do the trick!