Having some Brinery withdrawal? Need to just ..get out.. after the frigid winter? Come hang out with us at these two upcoming events; we promise fermented fun & fellowship for epicurean and zymologist alike!
Grange Farm Dinner: Tuesday, April 29th from 6:30-9pm
Reserve your spot by calling grange or buy your ticket online here. Tickets are $25 and include one beer upon arrival.
A description from their website:
“Join us at Grange as we celebrate the launch of our newest event series: Grange Farm Dinners. This month Chef Brandon and The Brinery are teaming up for a probiotic party, with a menu showcasing the fermentation creations of David Klingenberger and the Brinery crew. Enjoy a family style feast, artisan cocktails, Michigan microbrews, and a healthy dose of lactobacillus. $25 per person: includes food and a welcome beer served upon arrival (tax, gratuity, and additional beverages not included). Space is limited, so claim your seats today with prepaid tickets.”
Fermentation 101: Saturday, May 31st from 10am-1pm
Our first fermentation workshop of the year will be held on Saturday, May 31st in our snazzy new location at the Washtenaw County Food Hub! The cost is $50/person and will include a Brinery product tasting, a hands-on kraut making session & a local-licious lunch made specific for the event by Chef Dan Vernia! All participants will also head home with a recipe pamphlet, a jar of kraut & and a fermentation know-how that can’t be found anywhere else. Space is limited- get your tickets here.
Fementation Basics, Brinery Kraut Tasting and Making Sauerkraut (hands-on)
The menu will be tailored to the event by Chef Dan (previously chef at The Raven’s Club, Ann Arbor), using locally sourced ingredients, and of course, showcasing Brinery product!
NOTE: This is a workshop aimed at beginner fermentors; David will be holding an advanced workshop that covers more types of fermented foods and will be a follow-up to this one!