Join Fresh Energy in viewing the Minneapolis debut of the world’s first solar farm cider, paired with short films about Minnesotans who are building a more equitable & clean energy future for all of us. The 100% campaign in collaboration with many partners presents “Clean to the Core: Solar Sweet Farm Cider & The Power of Minnesota.”
Acclaimed restaurateur and two-time James Beard award semifinalist, Kim Bartmann is excited to highlight this delicious collaboration just in time to celebrate all the work that pollinators did earlier in the year in apple orchards throughout Minnesota.
Join us to taste, watch, and learn more about what you can do to be a part of a clean energy future for everyone in Minnesota.
Thursday, October 9, 2018
5:00 – 7:30 PM
Location: Red Stag Supperclub
509 1st Ave NE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55413
Milk & Honey Ciders is situated in the rolling hills adjacent to a nature preserve in St. Joseph, MN. Their latest cider, “Solar Sweet Farm Cider,” is a collaboration with the beekeepers at Bare Honey which tend a busy family of happy honey bees on the solar farm adjacent to the cidery.
IPS Solar, which designed the solar farm, and Fresh Energy helped make the connection between the beekeepers and the cidery. IPS develops all of its solar farms to have abundant pollinator habitat and Fresh Energy has led opportunities for solar farms to provide beneficial habitat for pollinators including bees and butterflies. Minnesota Native Landscapes manages the flowers and vegetation at the solar farm.
Throughout October, Solar Sweet Farm Cider will be available exclusively at Tiny Diner, Bryant Lake Bowl & Theater, Barbette, Red Stag Supperclub, Pat’s Tap, and Book Club Restaurant, as well as the Milk & Honey taproom.