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Sep 9 2012

Day One: PARTY Local

You heard us: Party Local. 

We're kicking off Support Local Week by asking you to party. Our Local Bazaar, Saturday, September 15 at the brewery, is a gathering of farm-to-fork restaurants and vendors to highlight the important of supporting local and raise awareness of the creativity right in our backyard. 

Here's who will be there: 

  • Midnite Bluegrass Boys: A four-piece bluegrass band from Myersville, Maryland
  • Tim Scofield: An aerial sculptor from Baltimore 
  • Pit Crew Skate Team: Frederick's own skateboarding team
  • Charm City Roller Girls: Baltimore's badass roller derby team
  • Art and Soul: A DC foodie destination that's farm-to-fork with Southern flair 
  • Rappahannock River Oysters: A family-owned oyster company off of the Cheasapeake Bay 
  • Chef Driven DC: Local fare from one of DC's top trucks
  • Cafe Nola: A Frederick cafe designed and built by local artists
  • The Perfect Truffle: World-class truffles from Frederick's Master Chocolatier Randy Olmstead 
  • Palmyra Creamery: Farmstead artisan cheese from award-winning Ayrshire cows in Hagerstown, Maryland
  • Hedgeapple Farm: Grass-fed beef from a farm less than two miles away from the brewery
  • Dublin Roasters: Producer of hand-roasted and organic coffee in Frederick
  • Maryland Hop Growers Association: A collective of Maryland hop farmers
  • Frederick Community Garden Association: A community garden in downtown Frederick 
  • Herbalist Susan Hirsch: A medical practitioner who incorporates herbs into health plans
  • Massage therapist Melane Douez: A Maryland registered massage practitioner 
The Local Bazaar is free and open to the public (21+). Admission will be capped at 500, so we recommend getting here early.