Posted on October 8, 2012 by ryan la chica
Broken Stove Beer Share Returns! Handmade brews by a fellow csa-member
The brewmaster is back at work, creating new, improved recipes for your enjoyment. This year will be a little bit of the same mixed with a little bit of something new…
4 six packs. 2 growlers. $90 (includes $10 refundable deposit)
Beer share runs once per month from December-May on the third Sunday of each month. Pick-up — from 5-8pm — @ 140 Metropolitan Ave.
Sun Dec 16th. Sun Jan 20th. Sun Feb 17th. Sun March 17th. Sun April 21st & Sun May 19th
This season the monthly share will include 4 months of delicious variety six packs plus 2 months of a growler! That equals a six pack a month except for 2 months in which you will receive a growler. Each six pack will contain 3 different kinds of frothy brew. Some types of beer you might see in your share: Scottish ale, triples, Saison, Dunkelweizen, as well as more traditional beers such as IPA’s, and Stouts. Cost is $80 a share. Plus a $10 deposit for the growlers.
Limited Shares Available. Sign up during Southside CSA distribution. Look for the Info Desk/Signage in the backyard. Open to all friends and family. Cash or check. Payment in full due upon purchase!
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Posted on January 9, 2012 by ryan la chica
Happy New Year to everyone in Brooklyn! We are looking forward to another growing season and in preparation we will be signing up members for our upcoming season starting on January 30th.
We are knee deep in preparations, organizing everything, and trying to get ready for a super year. The best way to keep in touch with us is through the Southside CSA Facebook Page. Everything is always posted there. However, if you are a facebook abstainer, sign up for our mailing list. We are infrequesnt emailers but you will get notified of any events, esp during sign-up time.
Sign ups for returning members are on Jan 30th, Feb 6th, & Feb 20th.
Sign ups for new members starts March 5th.
Greig Farm Share. Best Berries Ever! Aug 11, 2011
We are in the process of updating our blog, www.southsidecsa.org. Right now, all the info is from 2011. Stay tuned as it is updated. More info regarding this year’s sign will be available shortly. Bring your questions about Southside CSA, our farmers–MimoMex Farm, Greig Farm, Circle C Farm, & Northwind Farm, and how our farm shares operate to the following open house [question-n-answer] events:
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Posted on July 9, 2011 by ryan la chica
Join us on Sunday June 10th from 3pm until 8pm as we toast some tasty homebrew and celebrate the conclusion of our inaugural run of the Broken Stove Beer. Have no fear, beer share will return in the Fall; stay tuned for details and sign up information. Members of the beer share will be picking up their six-packs. Friends can join in the fun. James has a keg on tap with glasses for $4. He also brings “extras” to sell as well. The first 24 people to buy a beer will get a fancy commemorative Broken Stove beer glass to keep. We will have a potluck spread of pickles and jams going and will probably bust out the grill. Come join us in the garden for a beer!
Broken Stove Beer Share
Sunday June 10th
140 Metropolitan Ave. First Floor
Beer! Potluck! Garden Party!
Be sure to check out one of the best neighborhood traditions, the Giglio Lift, and then cruise over to Metropolitan Ave for an afternoon beer.
Giglio Feast. Williamsburg, Brookln. Pic by Adam Lerner @flickr.com
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Posted on October 12, 2010 by ryan la chica
Introducing the Broken Stove Beer Share!
Named 2nd place for best brew in spring 2010
Offering a delicious variety six pack
3 different kinds of frothy brew
Handmade by one of your fellow csa members (more…)
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