Wolverine State Brewing Company, Sunseed Farm team up, bring Suds and Spuds Tuesday nights

. March 31, 2017.
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With so many new breweries joining the craft beer scene in Ann Arbor, what does a Westside staple need to do to stand out? Wolverine State Brewing Company has a few ideas to keep it in the game.

On Tuesday nights, the brewery will host Sunseed Farm’s CSA pickup. Both the brewer and the grower hope you’ll stop a while for a bite to eat, a visit with friends, and a chance to find out more about this friendly local farm and brewery. CSA members will receive discounted pints on Tuesdays, and the two businesses plan to offer CSA and Mug Club bundle deals during the spring and summer months.

“We’re so excited to bring these two worlds together,” said Mackenzie Meter, Marketing Manager at Wolverine State.  “Helping to foster growth and awareness of Sunseed Farm’s CSA program and at the same time introduce new customers to our brews is the perfect relationship.”

Tomm Becker, owner of Sunseed Farm, said “When folks pick up their weekly share of vegetables, it’s already a good time to hang out and talk. Having a nice indoor space, friendly bartenders and delicious beer on tap?  That’s hard to resist.”

The relationship between the brewery and farm goes back further.  Tomm is fanatical about nurturing great soil to grow his produce.  “We keep the soil and our produce free of manufactured fertilizers, insecticides, and herbicides.  In the winter, we grow cover crops in the fields to enhance the soil and use Wolverine’s spent grain from their brewing process to add fertility and organic matter.”

Visit both these great companies on Tuesday nights from 5-7pm at the Tap Room at 2019 West Stadium Blvd. on Ann Arbor’s West Side.

Find out more about both at http://www.farmsunseed.com/ and http://www.wolverinebeer.com/

5-7pm.
Wolverine State Brewing Company Tap Room
2019 W. Stadium Blvd. | 734-369-2990 | wolverine beer.com

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