Winter Market- heading into Spring

The Schlafly Winter Farmers Market continues for one last week. Please join us from  8am-1pm Saturday, March 25th. Enjoy a variety of vendors on the patio as well as in the Bottleworks Crown Room. Meander back and forth through the Schlafly retail area and make sure to visit all of the vendors, inside as well as outside.

The Bottleworks team has put together a nice winter market breakfast and brunch menu (9am-2pm). When the market opens, customers can  enjoy a fresh brewed cup of coffee or hot tea from our vendors, Life Pack and Trail Lodge Tea. Breakfast is served in the Bottleworks bar area starting at 9am and continues into the dining room from 11am-2pm.  Shop the market and get a bite to eat.

Market vendors this week include the following:
Trail Lodge Tea– A unique variety of tea blends and tea accessories. Annette will be selling cups of hot tea  as well as giving samples. She has two very unique teas this weekend, Kanchanjangha Noir and Verde. They are from a Fair Trade Tea Garden in Nepal. She will also have Lilac Black Tea and Carrot Cake Rooibos.
Life Pack– Locally roasted, 100% Arabica bean coffee from Colombia
Larder and Cupboard– unique, local, housemade  culinary creations
Grandma’s Nuts– locally created nut blends including gift oxes filled with dark chocolate treats, mixtures of all natural nuts, fruits and seeds
FORAI-a unque variety of handmade items made by local refugees
Red Lettered Goods-a variety of hand lettered goods including note pads, cards, announcements and prints.
Paper Moon Designs-
a variety of unique, hand made jewelry 
Two Men and a Garden-
a variety of locally made salsas and pickles

Buila Family Farm- a variety of seasonal, local produce
The Tamale Man- locally made tamales and sauces- pork, chicken, vegetarian and vegan
Eckenfels-local, pastured pork, beef, chicken, eggs and Pecans
Eddington Farm-plant starts and pre-orders-  Chives, Bachelor Buttons, Peas, Nasturtium, Lettuce and Microgreens
Baetje Artisan Goat Cheese- a variety of locally made, artisan goat cheese
Farrar Out Farms-local, pastured beef, chicken, pork, lamb, eggs and produce
Alpacas of Troy– local, pastured alpaca meat cuts and alpace fibers and fiber crafts
Grand Army Farm-a unique variety of local, pastured eggs- chicken, duck, quail and turkey. Chicken, rabbit, duck and goat meat. Angora fiber and fiber crafted items. PEA MICROGREEN trays and Organic Red Wheat Juicing Trays
Weidner Farm- locally produced raw honey
del Carmen-locally made tradtional, Cuban style black bean soup, dip and hummus
El Chico Bakery-fruit filled emapandas, cookies and other traditional Mexican baked goods
Ivan’s Fig Farm-New! Bulgarian yogurt made with Lactobacilus bulgaricus and local whole milk. Offering plain, rose and coconut flavors. No sugar added.  And introducing SHEEPS MILK yougurt
Fresh figs are gone until next summer, but try our Fig & Pecan jam – delicious with the plain Bulgarian yogurt, and is also great as an appetizer, for breakfast or an addition to cooking or baking. Try the jarred traditional products such as Apetitka, made with roasted sweet peppers and tomatoes or Kyopoulu, made with roasted eggplant and roasted sweet peppers.
Bee Simple– a variety of locally grown microgreens
Cakes Metal Whimsies-a variety of handmade, unique metal arts
Seed Geeks-
a variety of non GMO seeds, local, raw honey, spun honey, handmade soap and body care products.
Rosy Buck Farm-
a variety of local, seasonal produce and pastured eggs
Roaming Soul Apothecary-
a unique variety of locally crafted apothecary items including herbal tinctures and oils.

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