Triangle Ferment Fest 2021 (Nov. 14th) – Reserved Parking Sign Up

Free

The Triangle Ferment Fest is a unique food festival in the Triangle area of North Carolina (Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Pittsboro) that both teaches and celebrates all things fermented. This one day festival consists of demos, presentations, and hands-on workshops.

Outside under vendor tents, festival goers will have fun learning about different types of ferments, signing up for upcoming classes, and sampling and buying fermented foods and related products from our passionate vendors. For those new to fermenting, our Ask-an-Expert table will have local experts from area universities and businesses, available to answer your questions. And our culture share booth will give you the opportunity to share cultures such as kombucha SCOBYs, milk kefir grains, and sourdough starter.

Join us for a free workshop at the festival – more details coming soon!

  • How to make your own Sourdough, with Baker Ron Graff from Loaf Durham
  • Spice it Up With Kimchi! with Meg Chamberlain from Fermenti
  • Kombucha Home Brewing Class, with Carly Erickson from Boro Beverage and Grant Ruhlman from Homebucha
  • Better Health Through Fermented Foods, with Mary Collins, author of “Epiphany: My Story of Healing MS from A to Z”
  • Sauerkraut Made Easy! with Jenna Monk of Two Chicks Farm
  • Is Fermentation Safe? with Debra Stroud, recently retired NC State Extension Agent

Attendance at the festival is free, and the festival runs rain or shine. See trianglefermentfest.com for more details!

PARKING: You are registering here for your “guaranteed close” parking spot.  More details will be emailed to you before the festival.

PROUDLY SPONSORED BY Bull City Homebrew, Botanist & Barrel, Boro Beverage, Fermenti, and Homebucha

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Event Details

Oct. 2nd from 1-6p  Please note your cars entry time.

Safety Details:
To keep everyone socially distanced and safe we are limiting the amount of cars each hour. When you purchase your ticket you will need to select the hour of entry. It is important that you arrive in your designated time slot, to keep the flow of the event. You must wear a mask to use the facilities inside. Unfortetly due to COVID, we will not be able to allow folks to help us mill and press the apples, but you can still taste as we press.

Juice for cidermaking:
If you would like to purchase juice to make your own cider, you will be able to do so at $7 a gallon. Please bring your own vessel. We will have sanitizer available, but please pre-clean your vessel.

Date: October 2, 2021

Start time: 12:00 p.m. EDT

End time: 06:00 p.m. EDT

Venue: Botanist and Barrel

Phone: (919) 644-7777

Email: [email protected]