Farm to Tap – Saturday

Farm to Tap
Saturday, April 6, 2019 | 4 to 8 p.m.

“Top Chef” Kenny Gilbert along with Jacksonville’s celebrated chefs delight the palate with an array of delicious food paired with local craft beers. Enter a team in our inaugural cornhole tournament or take your chances on the mechanical bull. Nashville recording artist, Alexandra Demetree, and Jacksonville’s Top Shelf Band take the stage for an evening of great entertainment.


Brews

Aardwolf Brewery
Ancient City
Atlantic Beach Brewing Company
Bold City Brewery
Hyperion Brewing Co.
Intuition Ale Works
McKenzie’s Hard Cider
Ruby Beach
Salt Life
Tabula Rasa Brewing
Wicked Barley Brewing Company

Bites

Rue St. Marc
Biscotti’s
The Local
Pastiche
True Food Kitchen
Blue Bamboo
Catering by Liz Grenamyer
Bono’s
Berry Good Farms Culinary Team

VIP Bites in Top Chef Kenny Gilbert’s Tent

Smoked and Braised Turkey Tails
Kolrabi Middlins with Ginger
Braised Kolrabi Greens
Shaved Red Rambo Radish and Curry Sauce
Fried Shallots
Signature Cocktail by Manifest Distilling

Live Music

Nashville Recording Artist, Alexandra Demetree
Jacksonville’s Top Shelf Band

Parking

The front lot is reserved for sponsors. You may park along the road, in the Transition house lot at the corner of Mill Creek and Eaton, across the street at Abercrombie. Parking is limited; carpooling is encouraged.

Rain or Shine

Bring a raincoat and umbrella, because Berry Good Farms Weekend Festival is rain or shine. We have a large tent covering the main stage and smaller tents throughout the venue to keep you dry.

Admission

$50 general admission online sales close on Friday, 4/5 at 5 PM. Admission still available at the the gate. – STILL AVAILABLE | $75 VIP includes admission to Top Chef Kenny Gilbert’s Tent and a Signature Cocktail – VIP SOLD OUT| Sponsorship Opportunities from $1000-$5000

View Sponsorship Opportunities   Purchase Individual Tickets

 


All proceeds from The Berry Good Farms Weekend Festival benefit the North Florida School of Special Education and Berry Good Farm’s
continued goal of becoming a self-sustaining student micro-business. Our programs give young adults the tools for a healthier lifestyle
and applicable training to retain compensated employment in our community.
Sponsorships & tickets are available, please contact Jessica Waugaman, Director of Advancement for details at JWaugaman@northfloridaschool.org