SAVE THE DATE – Sunday, October 13th, 1-5 p.m. Chatham Hill Winery, 8245 Chapel Hill Road, in Cary, NC will be the site of the 2019 Triangle Ferment Fest. Get your free festival entrance ticket here and then sign up for one of our workshops! Sign up for our mailing list to learn about the latest updates.
Where to Park
Parking is provided for you behind the Chatham Hill Winery. From Chapel Hill Road, turn onto Bowden Street and then immediately onto Field Street. Parking is available along and at the end of Field Street, and field parking is marked and available directly behind the winery. Refrain from parking on the North side of Chapel Hill Road as cars drive very fast on this road. Additional parking is available three blocks to the West in the town’s parking deck, located on Wilkerson Avenue.
Sign up for a Fun Workshop!
- Spice It Up with Kimchi! Love kimchi? Learn from the best with chef Mama Kwon
- Kombucha Home Brewing Class Learn the art of making your own kombucha with expert Sarah Michalski. Sarah’s offering a 33% discount off her regular kombucha workshop price for festival goers.
- Learn the Secrets of La Farm’s Sourdough: SOLD OUT – sign up on the waiting list at the festival
- Is Fermentation Safe? SOLD OUT – World expert Dr. Fred Breidt will lead you through the ins and outs of safe fermentation
The Triangle Ferment Fest is a unique food festival in the Triangle area of North Carolina (Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Pittsboro) that both teaches and celebrates all things fermented. This one day festival consists of demos, presentations, and hands-on workshops.
- Local chefs demonstrate how to make sourdough, kimchi, and kombucha.
- First 30 attendees will get a free bottle of Lyrix Elixir.
- Hourly Giveaways give attendees the opportunity to win a Cultures for Health starter culture, and samples from Farmhouse Culture will be available for tasting.
- Presentation by NCSU microbiologist explains what fermentation is, how to safely ferment foods, and provides tips for successful fermenting.
- Booths host food and drink vendors with samples, businesses and artisans selling related fermentation items (crocks, jars, etc), an ask-the-expert booth, and a culture swap.
Many thanks to our wonderful sponsors who make the festival possible!
We’re pleased to announce the Triangle Ferment Fest’s Signature Sponsor: Harmony Farms!
Natural Foods * Supplements * Organic Juice * Smoothie & Organic Coffee Bar
Harmony Farms was started in 1974 by Marian Wall and Tommy Dean as a natural grocer and supplement store to bring the cleanest foods possible to the community. Originally located in Chapel Hill, Marian moved it to Raleigh two years later, and then opened the store in its current location in 1984.
The current owners, Nancy and Steve Long, individually came to Harmony Farms as customers in the late 1990s, both dedicated to bringing healing practices to area residents, Nancy as a Doctor of Naturopathy, and Steve as a Certified Health Specialist. Not long after Nancy and Steve met, they realized they had similar goals and dreams — to escape corporate America and offer healing practices in a sustainable environment. Nancy and Steve married in 2004, and a year later, when Marian decided to sell the store, she contacted the Longs, who purchased it from her. They were honored to take over the iconic store and build upon the amazing foundation Marian had built.
To this day, Harmony Farms is dedicated to the very best and cleanest vendors of organic foods and products. They are also dedicated to:
- Growing & educating a healthy community
- Supporting organic & sustainable practices
- Qualified sourcing & local vendors
Harmony Farms’ dedication to local vendors is seen in their being the first to support and carry Tribucha and Lyrix Elixirs kombucha in their store!
Harmony Farms is located in North Raleigh, at the corner of Creedmoor and Millbrook. Stop in and check out their wide selection of fermented foods the next time you’re in the area. harmony-farms.net