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Syracuse, NY 13210

FORTY YEARS  1972-2012


MARCH 28, 2013
 

Co-op & Community Events




Through

April 2nd

Tuesday 

 

Passover

 

 

 

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March 31st

Sunday

 

 

Easter

 

CO-OP IS CLOSED

ON

EASTER SUNDAY 

 

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April 2nd
Tuesday
 
The Gifford Foundation
"WHAT IF..."
Film Series
"Fixing The Future"
7:00 PM
At
Art Rage Gallery
505 Hawley Ave. Syracuse, NY
SRFC Partnering Org.
 
 
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April 5th
Friday
 
BEER TASTING
GREAT LAKES BREWING CO.

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
At

Syracuse Real Food 
Co-op


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April 6th
Saturday
 
HOFFMANN FARM
BEEF TASTING 
&
RECIPE SHARING

Time To Be Announced
At
Syracuse Real Food 
Co-op

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April 28th 

Sunday

  

Erwin Nursery School

Bountiful Baskets

Fund Raising Event

Time TBA

At

Erwin First United Methodist Church

920 Euclid Ave. Syracuse, NY

 

  

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LIVE FROM LAKEWOOD, NEW YORK IT'S PALE ALE

Jeremy DeChario, Brau Meister, Is Excited About His Latest Addition From The Southern Tier Brewing Company
 
In operation since late 2002, Southern Tier Brewing Company of Lakewood, New York has grown to produce around 50,000 barrels of beer annually. Their hand crafted ales are now available not only here in the United States but in other countries. Founders Phineas DeMink and Allen "Skip" Yahn started the brewery with the vision of reviving the practice of small batch brewing to a region rich in brewing tradition. 
STB Brewery
Southern Tier Brewing Company In Lakewood, NY 
In 2002 with equipment gained from the purchase of the Old Saddleback Brewing Co. in Pittsfield, MA, Southern Tier Brewing began production in Lakewood, NY. Southern Tier immediately garnered regional attention and demand for the product quickly outgrew what their modest facility could handle. In 2009 a new 20,000 Square foot building was built for the purpose of brewing innovative, high-quality beer. The small brewery was now able to grow and offer product nationally and internationally while still taking care of their local loyal fans. In 2010 with demand still growing they added another 7,500 square foot addition to use as a
STB Brewhouse
Part Of The New Additions To The Brewery
 conditioning room and replaced its bottling line with a state of the art line that fills, caps and labels an impressive 10,000 bottles per hour at full speed. They also added a 110 barrel brewhouse which will increase their production capacity three fold. 

So Southern Tier Brewing Company is now able to offer new products like the interesting beer just received at the Co-op. They have added an interesting twist to the pale ale style according to Beer Street Journal and Great Brewers with their introduction of
Live, with a little bit of bottle conditioning. 
Live Pale Ale
New Pale Ale Live From Southern Tier Brewing Company
 Bottling conditioning is the act of adding extra sugar and yeast to the bottle to condition the beer after it's filled. Due to the
Empty Pint Pub
Southern Tier Brewery Pub, The Empty Pint
 
 
 
 
 
presence of the yeast, the beer develops and changes slightly over time. Live is a fitting name, as the beer is very much active straight up to the time you pour it in your glass. (I can attest to this as we tried a bottle or two out of our 6 pack of Live, and it has a great taste and liveliness.) Bottle conditioned beers have a longer shelf life, as opposed to a filtered beer. It is brewed with 4 varieties of malts and 4 varieties of hops. See Jeremy's pick, below, for Co-op's special on Live.
Manager Picks of the Week

 

Alex's Picks:

EASTER SPECIALS *

* Equal Exchange Organic, Fairly Traded Milk & Dark Chocolate Eggs @ $7.49/3.8 Oz Box

* Sjaak's Organic, Vegan Chocolates

Wide Variety Still Available @ $.69 - $8.49

* Vermont Smoke & Cure

Uncured, Maple Brined, Maple Smoked Ham @ $8.19/Lb

 

Bearitos Tortillo Chips @ 2 For $5.00 (16 Oz Bags)

Salpica Salsa, Queso & Bean Dip @ $2.89/16 Oz Jar 

  

Chris's Picks: 

New York Grown Produce:

Organic Kohlrabi $1.69/Lb
Hydroponic Tomatoes $1.99/Lb

 

Jeremy's Pick: 
Southern Tier Brewing Company
LIVE 
@ $9.99/6 Pack Of 12 Oz Bottles

Scott's Picks:
CHEESE SPECIAL
Roquefort - Rich, Creamy, Sharp & Salty. Roquefort Is The Finest Of The Blues
Spice Of Your Life Vegetable Korma @ $5.99/Dinner
Mixed Vegetables In A Creamy Tomato Sauce With Basmati Saffron Rice (HOT)
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Sincerely,


Don DeVeau 

Syracuse Real Food Co-op
www.syracuse.coop
(315) 472-1385

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