Boston Fermentation Festival Farmer's Market Sweep Afterparty

 At the close of the 2017 Boston Fermentation Festival, we want to keep the conversation going! Join us the Boston Public Market kitchen from 5-7pm to share some creative & delicious fermented treats!

 

Wash down a day spent celebrating Fermentation with some delicious cocktails made by some of the Boston areas most creative bartenders. We'll  be hosting the first ever Boston Fermentation Festival Farmer's Market Sweep, where five of Boston's most creative bartenders will be serving their own signature cocktail inspired by the Fermentation Fest, and featuring fermentation-forward ingredients from the Festival and the Boston Public Market. Talk about locally sourced!

How can I be part of this?

Tickets cost $25 and space is limited - get your ticket here!

We aim to keep the Boston Fermentation Festival free and one way we do this is through fundraising. If you enjoyed the festival all day for free, consider coming to the Afterparty and helping support the fest!

 

yep, our Farmer's Market Sweep will be *just* like this! except it will be local Boston bartenders running around the Boston Public Market picking up fermented products for fermentation-forward cocktails which YOU can drink!

 

What your ticket includes!

  • samples of each the bartender competitors' cocktails and voting rights to choose the winning bartender

  • kombucha tasting that includes a variety of locally made booch!

  • an array of delicious fermented bites like cider donuts from Red Apple Farm, cured meats from Stillmans Quality Meats, and smoothies from Mother Juice

  • pickle ice cream! Gracie's Ice Cream and Real Pickles are collaborating on this new special flavor and we get to taste it! 

 

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Boston Ferments is proud to be sponsored by Indigo, a local Boston company which offers microbial seed treatments for corn, cotton, rice, soybeans, and wheat; and Ginkgo Bioworks, who design custom microbes for customers across multiple markets, developing new organisms that replace technology with biology.