*Young* ginger fresh from the farm at Swainway Urban Farm! Still spicy like adult ginger, yet sweeter and less bitter…buy local!
Growth Busters documentary playing Tuesday at the Drexel Theatre!
A new option for hop heads, Hop Nosh is a satisfying single IPA that’s acquired many raving fans since it’s release in 2011. Citrus hops dominate backed by a solid amount of malt with herbal and grassy aromas. We are stoked to support Uinta Brewing, not only for the excellent beer but their vested interest in sustainable energy and organics. The company is 85% wind and 15% solar powered. Keep up the good work Uinta!
Dan the Baker is in! These true sourdough breads are made with wild yeasts…no added bakers or dry yeasts. The result is a flavor and texture you don’t find in most ‘artisan’ breads…made locally in Grandview!
New Raw Milk Gruyere made locally by Laurel Valley Creamery! Firm, nutty and sweet, this Gruyere is aged for 6 months for an unforgettable flavor!
Fresh batch of Black Radish Creamery has arrived! Handmade in small batches in New Albany! Buy local!
Seventh Son Brewing canned brews are in! American Strong Ale and Super Pale Ale brewed locally in historic Italian Village!
Local non-GMO sweet corn! Delivered fresh every tuesday from John Wagler Farms!
Louisville Vegan Jerky Company is back! Try the new Sesame Teriyaki…gluten free, completely vegan and so much better than the competition!
In the past few years Columbus has grown to love the jovial plump face that graces every tap handle or bottle of beer from Fat Head’s Brewery, located in Middleburg Ohio. Their Bumble Berry Honey Blueberry Ale is produced year round but summer may be the ideal time to get acquainted with this fantastic fruit beer. You may have seen blueberry beers before, but beware, some brewers opt for flavor additives, Fat Heads infuses their beer with fresh blueberry puree. The final product creates a luscious mouth full of authentic berry taste, rather than artificially sweetened disappointment. Bumble Berry can also boast for containing locally sourced honey, which combines with the malt to add just a hint of sweetness that tones down the tartness of the fruit and bitterness of the hops nicely. Those who tend to prefer malty ales over bitter pale ales will appreciate this refreshing beer. - Laura