Join us Saturday, July 14th from 12pm to 6pm as we partner with the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA). For the past 25 years, CUESA has been dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system through their educational programs and farmers markets, including the Jack London Square Farmers Market in Oakland, plus the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and Mission Community Market in San Francisco.
We’ve also brewed a super limited beer for the occasion: Fermento Mora. This golden ale was barrel-aged with blackberries from Medina Berry Farms plus lavender and mint for a lightly tart and super refreshing brew that highlights the delicious fruit grown on this Watsonville farm.
There are only 10 cases of this brew available, and 50% of the proceeds from each bottle sold will go to CUESA.
Through free cooking demonstrations, youth programs, and more, CUESA’s educational initiatives support local farmers, grow healthy communities, and inspire all ages to participate in a healthy food system. CUESA’s free youth education programs, including Schoolyard to Market and Foodwise Kids, serve 3,000 Bay Area elementary and high school students each year, and aim to empower the next generation of healthy eaters.