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Friday, April 16, 2010

Bring Yo' Motha': Ferment Change Brewing Up Events to Aid City Slicker Farms

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This weekend, Ferment Change starts bubbling up in Oakland with a series of microbe-centric events, lessons, and tasting parties to benefit longstanding urban farming and environmental justice group City Slicker Farms.

With kombucha trades on Craigslist and Facebook trending harder than Tiger Woods, self-canned jam a Christmas-present go-to, and home-brewed beer practically a rite of passage for the post-trustafarian set, this year's edition of Ferment Change couldn't come at a riper time. The merriment lasts through May. For starters, there's a "culture swap" Saturday (tomorrow) in Oakland's Fruitvale neighborhood. Mixed drink and food purchases will, naturally, help support City Slicker Farms programs. There's a semi-secretive free beer-brewing demo on Sunday too. Write Chris to RSVP and snag the address.

Check out next week's happenings here, and stay tuned (or check the Awesome Pickle blog) for more. Details on tomorrow's event after the jump.

Event details:

Bring Yo' Motha': A Night of Fermented Beverages to Benefit City Slicker Farms

Date: Sat., April 17, 8 p.m.-midnight

Location: Sol, 1236 23rd Ave. (at International), Oakland

Cost: Free (donations accepted); sale of mixed drinks and food to benefit City Slicker Farms

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