GrowNYC Grainstand & Guests

GrowNYC Grainstand & Guests

Once again in 2019 GrowNYC's Greenmarkets will host a “pop-up” stand adjacent to the GrowNYC Grainstand to welcome breweries, distilleries, and seed oils made with local ingredients. Every week New Yorkers can meet our guest producers, sample their products, and purchase their goods to bring home. In addition, the GrowNYC Grainstand will be selling regionally produced whole grains and flours.

The participating businesses qualify as either Greenmarket producers or New York State Farm Breweries and Distilleries. See below for upcoming dates and locations. Cheers!

Spring 2019 Schedule

For Union Square Greenmarket Pop-up schedule scroll down.

Inwood Greenmarket

Saturday, March 2 Ulli's Oils

Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket

Saturday, March 9 Ulli's Oils

Jackson Heights Greenmarket

Sunday, March 17 Ulli's Oils

Fort Greene Greenmarket

Saturday, March 23 Harvest Spirits

79th St Greenmarket 

Sunday, March 24 Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery

McCarren Park Greenmarket

Saturday, March 30 Harvest Spirits

Union Square Greenmarket Wednesday & Saturday

Saturday, March 2 Nahmias et Fils Distillery
Saturday, March 9 Hillrock Distillery
Saturday, March 16 Albany Distilling
Saturday, March 23 Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery
Saturday, March 30 Prohibition Distillery


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