April is an exciting month for the Brinery! 
We are a part of three events this month, and we want to see you! In addition to our usual appearance at the weekly markets, as always, we are going to participate in other upcoming (and amazing) aspects of the local foods movement. Each one is guaranteed to be a wonderful time, and we hope you’ll take part. Here they are, in order of occurence:
April 17th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Zingerman’s Deli

photo by Kristen Hogue

Join David and the Zingerman’s Team on Tuesday April 17th to hear about how David started the Brinery and what he’s learned along the way. We’ll taste his fermented veggies on their own and in a few different recipes. And, because they taste so good with Michigan beers, there will be a cash bar that evening. It’s guaranteed to be a fun evening of ‘stimulating your inner economy’ while celebrating one of our native sons that is contributing to our local food economy. Call to reserve yourself a seat at the table, or reserve a spot online!

Dancing with the Ann Arbor Stars
April 21st at 6:00 pm
Barton Hills Country Club

David will be kicking up his brineheels at a wonderful benefit event, Dancing with the Ann Arbor Stars, which supports two local non-profits, the Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor and the Wild Swan Theater.  Tickets include a strolling dinner with drinks and dessert, an opportunity to watch David foxtrot with his partner, and a chance to dance yourself. If you want to see some great entertainment and support two Ann Arbor non-profits, you can purchase tickets or buy a vote for 2012 Dancing with the Ann Arbor Stars.

From Doctrine to Dirt: An Evening with Joel Salatin
April 24th from 4:00 to 6:00 pm
Washtenaw County Food Hub

Joel Salatin, a leading voice in the modern move toward food sustainability, will be visiting our hometown, and the Brinery will be a part of his visit for the evening.  The occasion, in addition to allowing you the opportunity to meet and listen to Joel Salatin and in an intimate setting, will also feature a feast of local foods from businesses in our community. Participants include the People’s Food Co-opThe Grange Kitchen and BarThe Raven’s ClubSilvio’s Organic Pizza, and The Brinery. There will also be an optional tour of the Washtenaw Food Hub beforehand. Buy tickets online! 

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