DBW - WINTER 2018 - CSA PICKUP PROGRAM:
Department of Beer and Wine is beyond excited to announce a new partnership with Tuscarora Organic Farms to allow DBW to be your neighborhood CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) pickup location. Any one of you can subscribe to receive a weekly box of organic fruits and vegetables from Tuscarora Farms, available for pick up at DBW on Wednesday of each week. Deliveries start in late May, and concludes the week of July 23rd.
Sign ups for the CSA are now LIVE! Follow this link www.joinftf.com/dbw to sign up for Tuscarora Organic’s CSA farm box which will have all of the spring produce you’ve been dreaming of all winter. Is winter finally over? Gosh, we hope so. If you put the Department of Beer and Wine as the delivery address, you can get 10% off of your beer and wine (or anything else we have to offer) purchase at DBW when you come to pick up for fruits and veggies. It would be a win-win, but really it’s more like a win-win-win-win-win-win. Don’t delay, sign up today!
Each $34 box will contain 7-9 ingredients, a list of which will be emailed to you the Friday prior to pick up so that you will have the opportunity to veto one item and replace it with another. If you’ve never been a part of a CSA, it’s thrilling. It’s like getting a mystery box from the farmer’s market (except no real mystery) without having to actually go to the market.
To sign up, click on the button below and enter "part of Department of Beer and Wine group" in the notes section to make DBW your pickup location.
Below is a list of some of the items grown at Tuscarora Organic Farms:
Concord Grapes - Asian Pears - Bosc Pears - Apples (possibly) - Baby Greens (mixes, arugula, spinach, kales) - Green Beans - Beets of all colors - Broccoli - Cabbage - Carrots of many carrots - Celeriac - Chard - Collards - Eggplant (early Oct only) - Garlic - Kale - Leeks/baby leeks - Lettuce mixes - Head lettuce - Baby mustard greens - Oyster mushrooms - Onions - Pea shoots - Bell Peppers - Hot Peppers - Potatoes (gold, red, fingerlings) - Radishes - Shallots - Sweet Potatoes (orange, purple, Japanese) - Turnips - Winter Squash (delicata, acorns, butternuts, spaghetti, pie) - Herbs