The Brinery had a great week kimchiwise! Although our shredder is broken, we made some handmade kimchi, getting in touch with the old style workmanship that is valuable to out artisinal process! Look out for that batch in the future– we really put a lot of love into the hand-chopped ingredients, and that special touch will definately be apparent in the taste.
Many thanks to our pals Corridor Sausage! The Brinery has had a great time with these local meat specialists at Detroit’s Eastern Market. Their products pair amazingly with our products, specifically our sauerkrauts, a very traditional, old-world German style. We recommend you stop by shed two for a visit or a taste to both of our stands!
As more and more people find out about its availibility, our tempeh is becoming increasingly popular. The Brinery catered an art show called American Dream last night at Gallery Project, serving vegan tempeh reubens made with our sauerkraut varieties, tempeh, and baguette from Cafe Japon! Art an local business go great together, and we were proud as pie to serve our products to such creative people. We love to do catering projects, and we would love to be invited to any potential events in the future.
Finally, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Sunday, January 29 there will be an open house for the Washtenaw County Food Hub! Running from 10 AM to Noon on the property on Whitmore Lake Road, this event is designed to show the public the future magic of the Hub, a property that will be used to “coordinate food production, farmer services, food distribution, agricultural training, and community”. You can read about it in a couple of local papers:
This thing is blowing up, and the Brinery is going to be a part of it! We are actively seeking investors to help us update space at the Hub as the potential home of the Brinery of the Future! Help us make our dreams come true, and please let us know if you know of anyone who could help us out.