What’s Eating Your Fish? Sustainable Seafood Talk + Tasting
Friday, July 26, 6:00pm-7:30pm

5788 2nd Street, NE, Washington, DC

When it comes to making choices about fish and seafood, it seems like there are an overwhelming number of questions. Wild or farm-raised? Should you “buy local?” How do you know if you are making sustainable choices?

Join Slow Food DC’s resident sustainable seafood enthusiast Lauren Parnell for an informative — and entertaining! — talk about How to Be a More Ethical Seafood Consumer. Your ticket includes one beer from Snail of Approval winner Hellbender Brewing Company, along with sustainable seafood samples from Sapidus Farms Inc and Snail of Approval winner Cold Country Salmon.

Tickets are $15 are can be purchased here:
A portion of ticket sales will support Slow Food DC educational programming.

Botanicals Workshop with One Eight Distilling
Sunday, July 28, 2:00pm-3:30pm

1135 Okie Street, NE, Washington, DC

Gin is the base for many popular cocktails, distilled from juniper berries and other botanicals that add unique flavors to the final spirit.  Join Slow Food DC to learn how Snail of Approval winner One Eight Distilling selects and sources the botanicals that go into their signature gin, and then re-purposes those botanicals after the distilling process is finished. And with your newfound knowledge, you’ll help craft a custom gin on the spot, all while sampling gin cocktails!

Tickets are $30 are can be purchased here:
This event is part of Slow Food DC’s “Summer of Sustainable Beverages” Series.

Caboose Brewery Tour + Tasting: Sustainability in Brewing
Tuesday, August 20, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Caboose Tavern, 520 Mill Street NE, Vienna, VA 

August is craft beer month, so what better time to join Slow Food DC at Caboose Tavern in Vienna to learn about sustainable brewery operations, and sample delicious craft brews and snacks!

The Snail of Approval winning team at Caboose Brewing showcases sustainability throughout their business model and operations. They’ll lead us through a tour of their Vienna location and explain how sustainability factors into various levels of brewery operations, from sourcing ingredients to brewing to re-purposing waste and by-products, as well as other green initiatives and community engagement.

Tickets are $32 and include a beer tasting flight of Caboose’s delicious beers and light hors d’oeuvres. Get yours today at:
This event is part of Slow Food DC’s “Summer of Sustainable Beverages” series.

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