You may remember that Oskar Blues Brewery partnered with Bracken Mountain Bakery to brew a beer made out of bread scraps for our Use Food Scarps Symposium. The beer will be made available this Tuesday, May 28th for all to try! We will be there to try it out and get a crowler for delivery to the Bakery. Thanks to both of them for joining us in this experiment!
The Use Food Scraps Symposium Beer is being released at Oskar Blues Brewery Tuesday, May 28th
About the Author: Kim Coram
Kim Coram is retired from The Bureau of the Public Debt, US Treasury Department where she served as an IT manager in a variety of disciplines ranging from computer security to website management. She is an US Air Force veteran and was an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist. She was elected to Parkersburg, WV's city council where she served a 4-year term. Kim loved WV and decided to move after seeing the impact fracking has had and continues to have on this once paradise. She is now retired and lives in Cedar Mountain, NC where she enjoys clean drinking water, riding bikes with her husband, John, and taking her grandchildren on grand adventures in her "backyard".