off-ad-4maker-iconOne of our favorite parts (and there are so many!) of the Oregon Fermentation Festival is creating a space for local artisan businesses to connect their offerings with the fermentation community. That’s what the Makers Marketplace is all about!

There are over 3 dozen Makers this year, representing the bountiful Pacific Northwest region. Many of them offer free samples of their products.

Here are the Makers who you’ll meet at the Festival.

Makers Marketplace

Oregonic Tonic

Health-Ade

Fermenters Club

Blossom Vinegars

NW Ferments, Inc.

Aidan’s Atomic Pickles

Symple Foods (SOMA Kombucha and Probiotic drinks)

Ferment Works

Iggy’s Alive & Cultured

Choi’s Kimchi

Squirrel and Crow Foods

ediblePortland

Pickled Planet

Rawkstar Creations

Rainbow Cloud Kombucha

Urban Cheesecraft

Humm Kombucha

Soft Star Shoes

Homebrew Exchange

Soy Beam Jozo LLC

Eva’s Herbucha

American Gut Project

OlyKraut

In Ferment

Brew Dr. Kombucha

Fermentation on Wheels/ ReWild Your Gut

Activation Foods

Violet Lotus Organics

KeVita

Clean Living Collection

Green Mountain Energy

Nature Nate’s LLC

Obon

 

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Portland Cider

Hi-Wheel Wine & Mead Co.

Fringe Meadery

Oregon Cider & Mead Company

2 Towns Cider House

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider

This article has 3 Comments

  1. The FAQ page on the Multnomah County Temporary Food Event website says you’re exempt if you’re only handing out samples. Are you requiring a license even if they don’t require it?

    1. Hi Camille,
      You do not need a Temporary Food Event License if you are only sampling food (and not serving prepared foods). We have updated the application form to reflect that. Thanks for letting us know!

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