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The 5th Annual Portland Fermentation Festival 2014.
October 16th, 2014 from 6:00 - 9:30 pm
at Ecotrust's Billy Frank Jr. Conference Center in the Pearl
721 NW 9th Ave. Portland, OR
Tickets on Sale Here.
Admission for the 7 or 8 pm Thursday tasting sessions is only $10.
For $20. you get to attend the 6 pm expert panel tasting as well as the 7 pm
tasting from the country's top fermenters.
Tickets on sale here.
Sample Fermented Foods and Beverages, get tips and recipes from
over 30 Professional and Amateur Makers,
On the rooftop:
Beer, Hard Cider and Bingo Sandwiches.
Pickled Vegetables • Kraut • Asian • Bread • Meat / Fish
Liquid Dairy • Solid Dairy • Liquid: Non-alcohol / Alcohol -
Soy Ferments (Tempeh, Natto, Miso) and Other!
Doors Prizes, Give-aways and Fermentation Festival Souvenirs!
Are you a fermenter / pickler and
would like to participate in this years event?
Download an application here.
Help us get the word out!
Download + Print Out Tim Root's Awesome 2014 Poster.
Our own Liz Crain's take on the world of food rawks.
"Cooking Up A Story" stopped by last year!
Willamette Week's How to Pickle Almost Anything
Willamette Week 2009 Coverage
KBOO Food Show
Portland Farmers Market video
the Portland Fermentation Festival Team
special thanks to Ecotrust and the amazing Tim Root!
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We are working to put together the Portland Fermenter-Picklers Guild
and would love to gauge your interest.
We foresee more fermentation
festivals with tastings, as well as with demonstrations and hands-on
We’re considering organizing Kraut/Pickling/Fermentation
parties around the city.
If you’d be interested in hosting such a small
event, or if you’d be interested in attending one, let us know.
We’ll have plenty of news and information about these upcoming events,
and welcome everyone to participate in fermenting a cultural and food
*Live ferments are made without heat or vinegar.
For more information, visit Sandor Katz's website www.wildfermentation.com.
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