From The Chix of Texas Keeper Cider + SPUN Ice Cream + Anjore
When: Sat, March 4, 2017, 12:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Where: Texas Keeper Cider, 12521 Twin Creeks Road, Manchaca, TX 78652
Tickets: Suggested $3 minimum donation
Come for the cause; stay for the dope menu. All ages, genders, political affiliations, dogs on leashes welcome.
The Cause: The Anti-Defamation League in Austin serves all of central Texas, handling complaints of discrimination, racism and anti-Semitism; monitoring extremists and domestic terrorists; and working with many in the community, including law enforcement, to fight hatred in all its forms.
Dope a la carte menu as follows:
- Biscuits and Gravy: Chicken fried sausage, coconut curry gravy, cream biscuit
- Veg Paneer scramble: Soft scrambled farm eggs, seasonal veggies, house paneer and cider chutney
- Sourdough Brown Butter Pancakes: bacon powder, cider syrup
- Option to add brown butter ice cream, fried egg, bacon
- Dirty Chai Lattes
- And of course, delicious delicious hard cider.
The Playlist: Our favorite female hip hop artists. Think Queen Latifah while you’re drinking a cider and eating a fluffy pancake. Cause that’s basically the dream.
See y’all there.
We’re a group of Austin-based, female entrepreneurs who just want to get together, have a good time, support good causes, and eat chicken.
About Texas Keeper Cider
Texas Keeper Cider was started in 2013 by three old friends – Nick Doughty, Lindsey Peebles, and Brandon Wilde. They hand built a small cidery in deep south Austin on the confluence of Bear and Onion Creeks, then opened a taproom in a beautiful old farmhouse on the property just this past March. Texas Keeper is focused on working with small growers to make balanced dry ciders from traditional and heirloom American fruit. Texas Keeper’s inaugural release, Texas Keeper No. 1, hit Austin stores and restaurants in August of 2014, and they have since released over 10 different small-batch ciders. Texas Keeper’s ciders are available in small package stores, Wheatsville, Whole Foods, Central Markets, and fine restaurants and bars throughout Austin, as well as Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. For further information, please visit www.texaskeeper.com.
About SPUN Ice Cream
SPUN Ice Cream is a locally grown shop cofounded by two sisters from Austin, Ashley and Christina Cheng. The East Austin shop specializes in seasonal ice creams, spun to order using liquid nitrogen, with organic and local ingredients. All SPUN’s handcrafted flavors and “pairings” are created from scratch by Pastry Chef Christina Cheng. A craft ice cream experience from top to bottom, SPUN offers a rotating menu of house-made original pairings, such as brown butter powder, Meyer lemon curd, strawberry confetti, pickled jalapeño glass, and bruleed tiny toast. More info: http://spunicecream.com/