Real Food Market & Beer Garden
Feed your soul and your belly at the Real Food Market and put your support behind local restaurants making a positive contribution to our local economy. Real Food is food that has a story you want to hear – from field to table. Our food vendors play a pivotal role in the Zero Waste Goal – all food ware is biodegradable and can be composted. You are welcome to bring your own or support local enterprise in sharing healthful, REAL food. By bringing your own mug, plate and service ware YOU will have a tremendous influence on this effort!
B&B’s Pickle Barrel B&B’s Pickle Barrel is a bustling little eatery in downtown Fort Collins near CSU that specializes in innovative sandwiches. Every possible combination of sandwich is available from a host of meats, cheese and veggies. Soups, stews, chilies and bakery items such as quiche, brownies, cakes and cookies are all made from scratch using local ingredients when available.
Mugs Coffee Lounge A staple of the Fort Collins community. They focus on relationships while providing an assortment of drinks and food. Mugs is wind powered, uses only compostable and disposable supplies, provides compost and recycling receptacles in the shop and is committed to Fair Trade, organic, local and homemade.
The Fort Collins Food Co-op The Food Co-op is proud to sponsor the Sustainable Living Fair. Delivering fresh, local, yummy food to Fair attendees is the aim of the Food Co-op’s REAL Food market booth. Join them for sandwiches, prepared foods, and special offerings for kids. www.ftcfoodcoop.com
Pincho’s Local roots + inspired food. Celebrating community thru locally sourced catering and home-cooking. We proudly source all our ingredients locally and regionally (Colorado and bordering states) whenever possible, supporting area farmers and ranchers, as well as sustainable agriculture. We also abide zero-waste goals of event organizers, and prioritize events that uphold those values. www.coloradopinchos.com
Cafe’ Ardour Cafe Ardour proudly provides local and organic light fare, locally roasted direct trade coffee, and artisinal baked goods. We support our community of farmers, artists and independent businesses, always striving to provide a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere where friendships are made and sustained. www.cafeardour.com
Ben and Jerry’s Scoop Shop Ice cream and cool treats. In Fort Collins, Ben and jerry’s actively recognizes the central role that business plays in society by initiating innovative ways to improve quality of life locally, nationally and internationally.
Tumbleweed Super Tasty Treats You know it as the Gyro Cart from Old Town Square – join us at the Fair for hummus, Gyros, & locally sourced brats and hot dogs done just right.
Raska Locally owned restaurant that strives to offer healthy and pleasurable food. Ethnic food to meet the modern lifestyle. Healthy ingredients, Lakota Bison Caretaker’s Bison meat and more. www.berekaproducts.com
Welcome to the Sustainable Living Fair. We invite you to help us celebrate our location in the Hoppiest Beer Garden yet with an American IPA and Pale Ale from the region’s two premier breweries. Internationally recognized for their dedication to the environment and philanthropy, New Belgium and Odell Brewing Companies are brewers of many fine beers, several of which are featured in the Beer Garden.
Enjoy one of these fine beverages in a reusable RMSLA Pint Glass. Glasses, each 16 oz. fill of beer and each 6 oz. fill of mead are $4. If you don’t wish to keep the pint glass, you can return it for a $2 refund.* All proceeds from the Beer Garden go directly to the SLA and help ensure the future of the Fair.
*Only reusable glasses will be refunded.
We can offer no refund for lost, stolen or damaged glasses. Please drink responsibly.
New Belgium Brewing Company
Featuring Blue Paddle, Fat Tire Amber Ale, Red Hoptober
Founded in 1989, NBB grew out of a basement to become the region’s largest craft brewery, and the nation’s third largest. Known as the first brewery to be wind powered, their commitment to the environment is unmatched.
Odell Brewing Company
Featuring Easy Street Wheat, 5 Barrel Pale Ale
In 1989 Odell’s became Colorado’s second microbrewery. Constant experimentation and dedication to their customer has kept Odell’s creative juices flowing and their reputation for excellent, innovative beers growing. Sustainability and Philanthropy are part of the brewery’s core values and culture.
Featuring Sunshine (Apricot) Nectar, Black Raspberry Nectar
Good enough for Zeus, good enough for You! Redstone has been producing the highest quality Mead (honey wine) in Boulder for over a decade. Keeping with the ‘natural’ approach, Redstone does not add any sulfites and does not cork, to avoid oxidation.
Snowy Peaks Winery
Featuring Eleve Blanc, Oso White, Syrah
Located in the heart of beautiful Estes Park, Colorado – Snowy Peaks Winery offers a taste of Colorado. The wines featured in the Beer Garden are made solely from Colorado grapes and produced in Estes.
Featuring Riesling, Merlot
Commercially producing wine since 1994, Zephy Cellars is the latest project by Tim Merrick. A small production winery, all the wine featured in the Beer Garden is made with grapes sourced from Colorado