10.06.19 // Making Apple Cider Vinegar - Raw, Unfiltered, Full of Probiotics! with Stephanie Poetter of Locally Good // 4:30-6:30p

Full of beneficial probiotics and enzymes, antibacterial, anti fungal, antiseptic, high in potassium, and can help balance your body’s Ph. What are we talking about? Apple cider vinegar of course! Come learn how to make ACV and other fruit vinegars from scratch, so you can enjoy all of the amazing health benefits at home for a fraction of the price of a good, small batch vinegar. Whether drinking for health, using in a marinade, or splashing on a fresh salad, you will love having your own vinegar on hand. The taste of a homemade ACV is like nothing you’ve ever tasted before… so smooth with none of the harsh bite! Vinegar starters will be available for purchase to inoculate your first batch and help you get started faster.


$15 in advance, $20 at the door


Locally Good Farm is located in Burnsville, NC, and owned by Stephanie Poetter. The farm was established in the Spring of 2015. Locally Good creates ACV & other fruit vinegars, Herbal Cider Tonics, and Elderberry Syrup in addition to an all natural personal care product line, called Beauty Alfresco. Locally Good is currently working on a line of salad dressings and other sauces that all include their delicious vinegars. LGF sells in a handful of stores throughout WNC, Northwestern SC, Eastern TN, and just opened their own retail location in Burnsville!
Cancellation by Villagers:
If a class needs to be cancelled because (1) it does not meet the minimum number of registrations or (2) due to inclement weather, you will be notified by email 24 hrs in advance.  Please check your email 24 hrs prior to class.  For cancellations by Villagers, you will receive a full refund.
Cancellation by Student:
If you cancel within 48 hrs of the class, you will receive a refund in the form of store credit.  Cancellations with less that 48 hrs notice are not eligible for a refund.
If you do not show up and do not give notice, your registration fee will be treated as a donation to the teacher and the shop.

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