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Fermentation Celebration to offer feast in Seoul

Feb. 15, 2011 - 18:42 By Paul Kerry
Small-scale producers are to offer an array of locally fermented goods at a Seoul bar.

The city’s first ever “Fermentation Celebration” is to introduce a variety of home-made produce including bread, cheese, beer and wine, as well as makgeolli and kimchi.

Organizers aim to introduce guests to small-scale fermenting projects that people are carrying out in their own homes around Seoul, and help to forge a community of home-brewers, bakers and makers.

The event will be held at Craftworks Taphouse and Bistro, Itaewon 2-dong, from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. on Mar. 12, with an entrance fee of 8,000 won to be paid on the door.

A range of locally-brewed ales will also be on sale as usual at the bar, which is five minutes walk from Noksapyeong station’s Exit 2.

More information is available at the events’ Facebook page: