Get a taste of local lands on November 11th when the 4 Beers from Here breweries invite the public to taste what they’ve brewed with ingredients foraged and recipes inspired by wild and working lands in the Triangle! Steel String, Fullsteam Brewery, Mystery Brewing Company, and Chatham Cider Works have all created unique beverages based on foraging walks they took on Triangle Land Conservancy preserves to learn about the wild edibles in the Piedmont.
On November 11th local breweries and chefs will join Triangle Land Conservancy at Irvin Farm Preserve to celebrate local lands with local flavors. Each beverage producer will share their creations and local restaurants will provide dishes to accompany them. Funds raised will go to support Triangle Land Conservancy’s work to protect wild and working lands of the Triangle to safeguard clean water, support local farms and food, protect natural habitats, and connect people with nature.
Tickets include full pours of our Beers From Here brews and a full meal including dishes from Vimala’s Curryblossom Café, Goorsha Durham, East Durham Pie Company and more. Discounts available for TLC members and folks who participated in the walks.
**Members of Triangle Land Conservancy and those who participated in a Beers from Here walk will receive a $5 discount for this event, not a TLC member? Your ticket purchase will include a 1 year TLC membership making you eligible for future events and discounts!
Pre-registration for this event has now closed, but tickets can be purchased at the door for $50.