LOCAL FOOD BLOOMINGTON

2001 - 2019

GRANDMA'S FOOD CLUB

FOOD BOOKS

Wellness Arts CAFEHART Rock

Contemplative Folding
Tetraflexagon Books
Traditional and Modern Non-Toxic Arts and Crafts
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Blueberries


HART ROCK WELLNESS ARTS

Creative Happines Life Coach

CREATIVE WELLNESS ARTS

Joyful and contemplative play in the creative arts! Art availaible in the Flowing Colors Studio
112 North Walnut Street, #600
Bloomington, IN

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BROWN COUNTY POTTERY
Beth Mills
Antique Alley
Nashville, Indiana
 

Equity at the Table

EQUITY AT THE TABLE

Indiana Grown

 

Ichiyo One Leaf Dharma Arts and Supplies

 

Red Bud - edible spring tree flower.

 
BREWERIES, BREWING, DISTILLERIES, CYSERS
In past times, bakeries were often found adjacent to breweries and many a sourdough starter began with the barm of a favored brew.  Sourdough bread sponge - Local Food Bloomington, IN

 


LOCAL BREWERIES LISTINGS FOLLOW OUR BREWING RESOURCES. THE BLOOMINGTON AREA IS VERY FORTURNATE TO HAVE SO MANY CRAFT BREWERIES IN THE COMMUNITY.

Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world, and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. Beer is brewed from cereal grains—most commonly from malted barley, though wheat, maize, and rice are also used.

During the brewing process, fermentation of the starch sugars in the wort produces ethanol and carbonation in the resulting beer.[6] Most modern beer is brewed with hops, which add bitterness and other flavours and act as a natural preservative and stabilizing agent. Other flavouring agents such as gruit, herbs, or fruits may be included or used instead of hops. Wikipedia

Grandma's MUSTARD Club's Weekly Organic Whole Wheat Bake - sourdoughFocaccia, pita; carrot cake, scones, biscuits, rolls, whole wheat pastry, fruit and savory tarts, curds, organic soups, sides, sprouts. Get on the waiting list.

LISTEN TO OLD BEER AND WINE TALES
Very soon you will be able to listen to readings of a few old beer and wine tales.
Chamomile Hip Hop is the herbal foundation of all Quilter's Comfort's Beer Jelly

Care to test drive this delicious blend in your beermaking process? Get in touch!

 
Coriander
Cardamom
Juniper
Hops
Star Anise
Peppercorns Black ( pink and white available)
Pink Himalyian Salt
Yellow Mustard Seed
Brown Mustard Seed
Ginger
Cinnamon Sticks
Nutmeg
Wormwood
Rose Hips
Mugwort
Chamomile
Calendula
Chickory Root
Yarrow
Rosemary
Thyme
Sage
Basil
Horehound
*Alehoof (wildcrafted)
Rose Petals- culinary rose petals are edible roses in that they have been grown without the use of poisonous chemicals, and or pesticides, etc.
Lavender
Candied Ginger
Elderflowers
Elderberries
Lemon Grass
Hibiscus
Cardamom
Cacao Nibs
Turmeric
Clary Sage
 
The basic ingredients of beer are water; a starch source, such as malted barley, able to be saccharified (converted to sugars) then fermented (converted into ethanol and carbon dioxide); a brewer's yeast to produce the fermentation; and a flavouring such as hops. Wikipedia
52 BREWS' WHAT ARE THE FOUR MAIN INGREDIENTS IN BEER?
COOKING WITH CRAFT BEER RECIPES
THE BEERONESS
11 FLAVORFUL RECIPES
GLUTEN-FREE BREWING
 
Home Brew Exchange Community i l
 
Conversion Chart for Measures

Brewing Beer From Scratch

How to Home Brew in Your Kitchen
How to Make Your Own Beer
Organic Brewing- Home Growers are Growing Their Own
Brewing Gruit and Other Herbal Beers
The Hymn to Ninkasi, Goddess of Beer
Indiana Beer Youtube
 
IMAGING AND SHARING CRAFT BEER
Black Brew Culture
Craft Beer & Brewing is a community for people who love to drink and make great beer.
The Bottle Trade - Trading Beer
Draft Mag
Craft Beer United
Hop Culture
Indiana Craft Brew
Indiana On Tap
 
EVENTS, ORGANIZATIONS, DIRECTORIES
Brewers of Indiana Events Calendar
Indiana Brewers Guild
Indiana Breweries
Indy Craft Brew - Craft Beer News, Marketing & Events
Home Brewers Association
Hoosier Beer Geek Beer Directory

Indiana Craft Beer Directory - Map

International Gruit Day
Master Brewers Association of the Americas
Whitestown Brew Fest
Craft Beer 101 Class
Garden Gate Festival
TAP for TAF
10th Crown Beer Fest
Beer Schools
IN Beer Brigade
Fresh Fest
Old Lou Brew Crafts Beer Festival
South Loop Beer and Cider Fest
West Baden Craft Beer Tasting
 
Home drying hops on an old tray
Homegrown hops on an old cookie sheet.
 
 

SEPTEMBER 28TH IS NATIONAL BEER DRINKING DAY

LOCAL FOOD SPONSORS
IHHN
BREWERIES

WEEKLY ORGANIC WHOLE GRAIN BAKE FOR
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Quilter's Comfort herbal teas, seasonings , craft beer jelly

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Oldball Fermentables, 1211 S Walnut St, 812- 302-6818
Cardinal Spirits, 922 S. Morton St., (812)202-6789
Wilbur Brewhaus, 4130 Forest Lake Rd, Martinsville
 
 

 

Ease and Flow  Quilter's Comfort tea image - Patricia C. Coleman

Ease and Flow & Ease and Flow Honey

 

 
 

Big Woods Brewing Company, LLC, 60 Molly's Lane, Nashville, 812-988-6000

Black Dog Brewing Company will be located at 11230 N State Road 67 in Mooresville
Black Swan Brew Pub, 2067 E Hadley Rd., Plainfield(317) 838-7444.
Bloomington Brewing Company, 1795 E. 10th St., 812-339-2256
Brew Link Brewing, 212 E. Main St. , plainfield, 317-203-7788
Cedar Creek Winery and Brewery, 3820 Leonard Rd, Martinsville
Civilian Brewing Corp, 14 N. Washington St., Spencer, 812-652-5072
Chateau de Pique Brewery and Winery, 6361 N County Rd 760 E, Seymour
Function Brewery, 108 E Sixth Street, 812-676-1000
Quaff on Bloomington, 116 North Grant Street, 812-335-1821
The Switchyard Brewing Company, 419 N Walnut St, 812-287-8295
The Tap, 101 N. College Avenue, 812-287-8579

Upland Brewing Pub, 350 West 11th Street, 812-336-2337
Upland Production Brewery and Tasting Room, 4060 Profile Pkwy, 812-336-2337Upland Sour Brewery: The Wood Shop 350 W. 11th Street, 812-336-2337

 
450 North Brewery at Simmons Winery 8111 E. 450 North, Columbus , 812-546-0091
Powerhouse Brewing Company – 322 4th Street, 812-375-8800, Columbus
Powerhouse Brewing Company – 2735 N State Rd 9, 812-603-6055
Zwanzigz Pizza Craft Brewery – 1038 Lafayette Ave, Columbus, 812-376-0200
 

 

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