Your Brinery news update for the week:
The Brinery is proud to announce some great news! We are now the official saurkraut of Zingerman’s Deli! This means that our product is featured in all of the delicious sandwiches offered at the deli, particularly the reuben. Now you can enjoy classic lunches made with locally-fermented sauerkraut! Here at the Brinery, our hearts swell with pride at the honor of being a part of Zingerman’s, a prime example of the long-cultivated relationship between local artisan food and one of Zingerman’s many facets.
#2 Zingerman’s Reuben: Zingerman’s corned beef, Switzerland Swiss cheese, sauerkraut & Russian dressing on grilled, hand-sliced Jewish rye bread.
Speaking of sandwiches, eat is currently using Brinery tempeh in their sandwiches! Located at their new Packard location, Helen Harding and Blake Reetz have crafted beauty with our product: two slices of bread, Brinery tempeh made with Michigan soybeans, and some extra-special eat magic! Please stop by and give this sandwich a try– your sails will fill with the power of lovingly-prepared soybeans held together with Rhizopus oligospous!
Finally, the Brinery would like to give a special shout out to two new businesses that carry our product, the East Lansing Food Co-Op and Nourish, an organic market that recently opened in Grand Rapids. The Brinery is thankful for the opportunity to expand throughout Michigan, and we love to form lasting partnerships with community stores that spatter the mitten with their local goodness!
We’ve had a wondeful past couple of weeks, and we hope you have too! Stay tuned for future Brinery news, keep eating our product of live culture (in the spirit of Spring!), and stop every once in a while to rub the tender neck of the white stag, despite his fleetingness.

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