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Acreage Provisions is All About Supporting Local

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If you’re running out of dinner ideas or you just need a little break from the norm, Acreage Provisions can help.

The online marketplace from Stem Ciders, also the team behind Acreage in Lafayette, is now offering a curated selection of local goods, including produce, dairy, meat, bakery items, pantry staples and more. There are also hearty prepared meals to choose from, including chicken noodle soup, cottage pie, chicken pot pie, eggplant parmigiana and others.

You can order online, then pick up your items from Acreage or Stem Ciders RiNo Taproom.

The new marketplace was born of the pandemic and launched last June.

“At a time when our food systems are becoming increasingly fragile, we are proud to bring you Acreage Provisions, a collaboration with our extended family of farmers, ranchers and purveyors to bring locally grown, responsibly raised goods from family-owned businesses in our community, direct to you,” according to Stem Ciders.

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Acreage Provisions is partnering with tons of local farmers, producers and purveyors, including: Anson Mills, Boulder Lamb & Meats, Buckner Family, Cure Farm, Isabelle Farm, McDonald Family Farm, Nathan Miller Chocolates, On Tap Kitchen, Ozuke, Rebel Farm, Red Wagon Farm, Sweet Bloom and Wisdom Farm.

The online shop also features tons of gift ideas, household products and, of course, cider, which is Stem Ciders’ speciality after all. Their newest offering is Paloma, a fun, upbeat cider that’s a spinoff the classic Paloma cocktail. It’s made with fresh-pressed apple juice, grapefruit, key lime juice, agave, black peppercorns and juniper berries. It’s an off-dry cider with a crisp, bright finish — and it’s delicious.

The team behind Stem Ciders has also launched two new pop-up food concepts: Diggity Dumplings and Ghost Box Pizza. You can sample delicious dumplings or grab a Detroit-style pizza when these two new brands pop up at Acreage in Lafayette and Stem Ciders RiNo Taproom, too.

They’ve also been popular at Acreage’s “NT MRKT” series, a fun event that brings together makers and artisans who specialize in handcrafted goods. Keep an eye on Acreage’s website and social media accounts for the next NT MRKT date.

In the meantime, Acreage is offering to-go and limited reservations for indoor dining, in addition to outdoor dining in their garden, on the patio and in the “back forty” a new, socially distanced COVID-friendly outdoor space with plenty of room to roam. You can reserve a table online or by calling 03-227-3243.

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