Bubbling away under stairways, in closets, or in forsaken corners of the garage, all across the county an ancient tradition lives on: that sacred collaboration between man and microbe that converts sugars into alcohol. On Saturday, March 30th, the Bike Church is hosting an event celebrating this wondrous art.
We are pleased to announce the seventh annual DIYine (pronounced “D I Wine”), a tasting event featuring samples of homemade fruit wines, beers, mead, and soft drinks. The event will be at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History downtown. In addition to being a fun event, it’s also a fund raiser, with all proceeds going to support the Bike Church.
Get a chance to sample some more traditional beers and wines, as well as unique items like plum port, loquat amaretto, parsley wine, and rhubarb-raisin sherry. We’ll also have a selection of soft drinks like kefir, kombucha, and our famous Breath of Fire ginger ale. The event also includes hors d’oeuvres and live music.
TICKETS are sliding-scale, $20-50 in advance, mini. $25 at the door. Buy your tickets now by following the link above.
To inquire about sharing your own beverages, contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DIYine is cosponsored by Mountain Feed & Farm Supply, your local resource for food preservation and home brew supplies