Crooked Ewe will have growlers and merchandise for sale Saturdays at South Bend Farmer's Market
The South Bend Farmer’s Market will have local beer starting this Saturday.
Crooked Ewe Brewery & Ale House, 1046 Lincoln Way East, South Bend, will take its wares across the river to the market, according to bar manager Jordan Mullins.
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And by wares, we mean beer, T-shirts and gift cards.
The folks at the brewery explored what they can legally do at the market and Mullins said they can sell pre-filled growlers and pints of beer, as well as give samples.
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The half gallons of beer will be $20 and pints $5. T-shirts are $20 and gift cards in $20 increments will also be available.
The brewery, which opened in June, will be at the market inside the main entrance from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays through the end of the year, he said.
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This Saturday is also a Taste of the Market, according to the historic market’s website. The market has been open since 1924 and offers a variety of foods and crafts on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Saturday market hours are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.