A warm, effervescent welcome to all those who joined our online community at Sunday’s Fermentation Festival at Barr Mansion. We had a great time chatting with y’all about local food, zero waste and, of course, fermentation. Don’t forget to come on by with those 10% off coupons!
This Week’s Deals
Lick Ice Cream Pints
$8.79 (Save $1) Growler Fill Special
$2 Off 64oz Growler Fills Kuhdoo in.love Soap Bars
$5.50 (Save $.50) Chocolate Skulls
$10.00 (Save $2)
In honor of Austin Beer Week (see our full line up of events below!), we thought we’d keep our Growler Special going. Plus, we’re excited to feature the new “in.love with local” soap bar by beloved local soap maker, Kuhdoo Soap Co.
Austin Beer Week @ in.gredients
Mon, Oct 26th – Fri, Oct 30th
Looking to get a taste of some of the best beer from in and around Austin? Look no further than your neighborhood grocer! We’re one of the few places you can enjoy a beer with your kids and/or dog in tow, so why not bring the whole family?
Rise Up Sing-a-long
Wed, Oct 28th 7-9pm
Every Other Week
Using the songbook Rise Up Singing to guide most of the evening, join (and bring!) friends, family, pets, and neighbors for a good ol’ fashioned sing-a-long! All musical levels and ages are welcome. Find us on the lawn around a fire!
Porch Session w/ Brand New Key
with Save The World Brewing Co.
Every Friday in October 6-9pm
If you’ve been meaning to come out and see Brand New Key stomp and holler on our porch, this is your last chance! Closing out their Friday residency with a Halloween-themed costume hoedown, it’s sure to be the best one yet.
15 Orange & Black Recipes For Halloween
Just in case you want to keep Halloween festive by eating food that matches your holiday decor (and why wouldn’t you?) here are 15 recipes.
If you’ve come by the store recently you’ve probably seen our new Go Texan mural on the shed in the parking lot. The talented Jean-Pierre Verdijo helped us reimagine the formerly graffitied space with his take on Texas produce.
Born in New York and raised in California, Jean-Pierre found his home in Austin and quickly made roots in the community. You can find his work on murals around town, hung in galleries, and in people’s homes from commissioned work.