Graze Birmingham: Farm to Fork Dinner Showcases AL Foods, Supports ASAN

Graze Birmingham, a farm-to-fork picnic hosted by the Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network (ASAN), will take place from 5-8 p.m., Sunday, September 13th at Avondale Brewery.

Graze Birmingham is a fundraiser that helps support the work by ASAN and aims to showcase the people who plant, nurture, harvest, chop, peel, ferment, fire-roast, stew, and serve the absolute best of Central Alabama’s foods.

Farmer-chef pairs will serve dinner tapas-style in the shady backyard of Avondale Brewery. Guests will enjoy dinner, Avondale brews, and live music from Red Mountain White Trash.

WATER & avondale craft brew

Ticket sales fuel ASAN’s critical work building a food system where more Alabamians enjoy food that is raised responsibly by a growing pool of well-supported, diverse, homegrown Alabama farmers.

In an effort to make the Graze event accessible to as wide an audience as possible, ASAN is offering ticket prices at a sliding scale, which means guests can select their own ticket price, within the ranges given, as it relates to their ability to pay.

Ticket prices range from: Adults $25-$60, children (under 13) $4-$15

  • All adult tickets come with one drink ticket
  • Give $40+ and receive 6 tickets to “spend” at the raffle table (raffle tickets will be issued at entry, and are also available for purchase at the event)
  • Give $60+ and receive free individual membership to ASAN for a year

Tickets can be purchased at

Marble Creek Farmstead
Fiddlehead Farms
Heron Hollow Farm
Snow’s Bend Farm
Deep South Food Alliance
West End Community Garden
Grandview Farm
My Secret Garden
Dixon Family Farms
Hamm Farms
Hepzibah Farms
Harvest Roots Farm & Ferment

Kowaliga Restaurant
Little Savannah
Montgomery Super Suppers
Sprout and Pour
American Culinary Federation
West End Café
Golden Temple
Thyme Randall
Downstairs Diner at East Lake UMC
Chez Lulu
To Your Health Sprouted Flour

ASAN is a nonprofit network of producers and supporters of local, ecologically sound, ethically raised food. Through training events, field days, scholarship programs, and publications, ASAN provides a platform for farmers to access much-needed resources and to learn from one another while building community. Learn more about ASAN at

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