Carey Center brings together farmers and brewers at The Palmer House Café
Rensselaerville—The Carey Center for Global Good is hosting a farmer-brewer mixer on Saturday, April 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Palmer House Café, 1462 Main Street, Rensselaerville. Farmers, growers, brewers and distillers from the around the Capital Region are welcome to attend.
The networking event is a part of the Carey Center’s Farm Brewery project, which is funded in part by the Hudson River Valley Greenway. Farmers, enthusiastic gardeners or willing landowners will have a chance to learn about the emerging market for NYS-grown specialty crops, including small grains, hops, tree fruit, pumpkins, herbs, honey and maple syrup. Brewers and distillers will be able meet local farmers, learn about locally grown ingredients, and find inspiration for a local brew or spirit.
This is a free event. Food will be available for purchase. Space is limited and registration is recommended. Call 518.797.5100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For directions to Rensselaerville and more information about the Carey Center for Global Good, visit their website at www.careyconferencecenter.org.