CEDAR SPRINGS, MICH – Cedar Springs Brewing Company, a German-inspired restaurant and brewery, is pleased to announce they will be hosting a new local Farmers Market on Thursday mornings starting on June 8. CSBrew Farmers Market, running from 8AM to 12PM weekly, will offer fresh, seasonal produce from local area farmers to everyone in the community.
“We’ve celebrated local since before we’ve opened our doors, and we’ve been grateful to the City of Cedar Springs, the Cedar Springs Area Chamber of Commerce and other local markets for working with us to bring this weekly farmer’s market into the Heart of Cedar Springs on Thursday mornings.” David Ringler, Director of Happiness at Cedar Springs Brewing Co., shares, “We hope this becomes an asset to the entire community and our guests should enjoy some of the daily specials Chef Shaun will be preparing using these seasonal ingredients.”
Due to the recent closure of area markets such as the long running Plainfield Township Farmers Market and the Solon Township Farmers Market, Ringler and crew realized that there was a now a need for a community hub to source seasonal and local produce. Working closely with the City of Cedar Springs and area farmers to fill the void left by these closures, Cedar Springs Brewing took the lead in making sure that both farmers and customers were provided with a place to sell and purchase nutritional, affordable and fresh fruits and vegetables.
Cedar Springs Brewing Company will actively feature specials highlighting various product from area farms, and they encourage you to come in for lunch hour on your visits to CSBrew Farmers Market and sample their offerings.
About Cedar Springs Brewing Company Restaurant. Brauhaus. Biergarten. Small Wine Maker. Small Distiller. Craft Sodas. Join us in the heart of Cedar Springs for a freshly crafted beverage and a flavorful meal from our sustainably sourced kitchen, featuring fresh pub fare and a traditional German Bavarian menu. We are located on Main Street and back up to the Fred Meijer White Pine Trail State Park, just 18 minutes north of Grand Rapids.