Kernza Taste & Tour with the Twin Cities Metro Growers Network
Mar 30, 2023 4:30PM—7:30PM
Finnegans Brew Co 817 5th Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55404
Categories Networking Group Event
Topics Soil Health
Enjoy a brew and take a tour with your friends at the Twin Cities Metro Growers Network at Finnegans!
On Thursday, March 30, from 4:30-7:30 PM join the TC Growers on a brewery tour featuring Finnegans’ new Buckwheat Honey Brown Kernza Ale.
Minnesota farmers and researchers are at the forefront of developing Kernza, a perennial wheatgrass with deep roots and big benefits for our soils, waters…and culinary palates. Come check it out!
The tour will be led by Finnegans’ David McNicoll. UMN Extension staff, a Kernza specialist, and Mike Mackiewicz of Bone Lake Meadows Apiary will give us the scoop on the ale’s featured local ingredients: Kernza and Buckwheat Honey.
We’ll also raise a glass to Karl Hakanson, who has transitioned out of his role with Extension. He made the TC Growers a reality — we hope you’ll join us in thanking him!
This event is free to attend. A cash bar with beer and nonalcoholic options will also be available. Registration is requested, walkups are welcome.
Parking: There is ample metered parking and multiple pay lots within a block of Finnegans.
Address: Finnegans Brew Co. 817 5th Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55404
The Twin Cities Metro Growers Network is a collaboration between Sustainable Farming Association and the University of Minnesota Extension.
This event is partially supported by AFRI Sustainable Agricultural Systems Coordinated Agricultural Program (SAS-CAP) grant no. 2020-68012-31934 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
Thank you to Conservation Minnesota for also supporting this event.
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