Atlanta weekend food events: July 8-10

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a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/bosch_experience_center_at_serenbe/Location?oid=9327576" rel="">Bosch Experience Center at Serenbe Sat., July 9, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Red Tomato Jam & Green Tomato Chutney Canning From jams to pickles, learn how easy it is to preserve seasonal foods at home. This workshop provides attendees with the tools and steps to create homemade savory red tomato jam and green tomato chutney. Details

a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/taco_mac_lindbergh/Location?oid=9080050" rel="">Taco Mac-Lindbergh Sat., July 9, noon-5 p.m. Southern Beer Tours Join other beer-loving locals and go visit three of Atlanta’s best breweries. The tour starts at the largest brewery in the south, SweetWater Brewing Company, for a private tour and tasting. Next it stops at Georgia’s oldest craft brewery, Red Brick Brewing. And the final visit will be to the well-loved Monday Night beer company. Details

?? Wild Heaven Craft Beers Sat., July 9, 1:30 p.m. Atlanta Beer Tours: Decatur Dash Atlanta is a city filled with great local breweries, and neighboring towns like Decatur are no different. This round of Atlanta Beer Tours focuses on those nearby businesses in a Decatur Dash edition, spending the afternoon exploring three of the area’s top breweries: Wild Heaven, Three Taverns, and Blue Tarp. Beginning at Wild Heaven, walk to each location to enjoy private tours of the facilities and samples of their countless, award-winning creations. Tickets include each tour, 14 beer tastings, a souvenir gift, and snacks for the evening. Spend the night tasting brews and enjoying the community atmosphere these local breweries have to offer. Details

Red Hare Brewing Company Sat., July 9, 2-6 p.m. Fifth Annual Luau and Pig Roast Dropping everything for a tropical Hawaiian getaway may not be possible this summer, but with a little help from Red Hare Brewing Company (and your imagination), you can still bask in island vibes — at least for a night. Back for a fifth year, Red Hare’s annual luau and pig roast is a festive excuse to bust out those Hawaiian shirts and hula skirts. Entry includes 36 ounces of beer samples (including some special tropical-themed brews), a souvenir glass, and a fair share of roasted pig. There will also be live reggae rock from Rhythm Earth to enjoy, and luau-goers will leave with a six-pack of Red Hares’s grapefruit IPA, SPF 50/50, to drink at home. Details

a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/the_arts_exchange/Location?oid=4825761" rel="">The Arts Exchange Sat., July 9, 3-9 p.m. Simmer Down Picnic Enjoy a family-friendly picnic with a pre-feast bike ride, food, and artist markets, live music and games/activities! Ride out with the creatives and deh youth dem! ChillyO, FRKO and Clutch BMX are leading the bike ride with meetup at the Sound Table! Free entry and adult beverages for all riders! Entry is $5 at the door! The event will take place in the garden. Details


a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/second_self_beer_company/Location?oid=12603856" rel="">Second Self Beer Company Sun., July 10, 12:30-4 p.m. Yoga and Hoppiness Unwind from the past week and prepare for the week ahead at an hourlong all-levels yoga class hosted by evolation yoga’s Ashley Benton and Veronica Lewinger. After class, enjoy six 6-oune Second Self tastings. Tickets include the yoga class, a brewery tour, and six tastings. Guests are asked to bring their own mats. Details

a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/bosch_experience_center_at_serenbe/Location?oid=9327576" rel="">Bosch Experience Center at Serenbe Sun., July 10, 2-3:30 p.m. Right Off The Farm Cooking Class  Cook with Serenbe’s Chef-in-Residence Matt Adolfi using only the freshest ingredients. This 90-minute, hands-on class teaches in-season cooking, and highlights on fruits, vegetables and herbs from Serenbe Farms, and cheese and specialty products from other local producers. Details

a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/hodgepodge_coffeehouse/Location?oid=5015601" rel="">Hodgepodge Coffeehouse Sun., July 10, 3-4:30 p.m. July Atlanta Food (and Craft!) Swap Join the Homestead ATL for a food and craft swap. Bring homemade, homegrown, or foraged food to trade for handmade crafts or food items such as canned preserves, fresh bread, homegrown herbs, and more. Details

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