East Austin Urban Farm Tour Announces Lineup

Tickets on sale now for annual food crawl

Photo by John Anderson

Admit it. You bought a pair of shortalls last summer because they were only $35 at H&M and, besides, you remember Kelly Kapowski always looking great in them. Never mind that you look more like Screech. Or that you have nowhere to wear them besides the occasional day show at Stubb's. If Taylor Swift can wear them, so can you.

We at the Chronicle food desk may not be fashion mavens, but we do like to support our readers. So here's a style tip so those shortalls don't go to waste. Wear them with some beat-up Ropers to the East Austin Urban Farm Tour, Farmhouse Delivery's annual event benefiting the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance.

The yearly crawl through four Eastside farms features an all-star lineup of culinary talent and beverage artisans, and is one of the least expensive ways to sample all that Austin's food community has to offer in one day. Just select a ticket starting the tour at either Rain Lily Farm, Boggy Creek Farm, Hausbar Farm and Guesthaus, or Springdale Farm and enjoy a beautiful spring day. (Note: A "sold out" note by one of the farms does not mean the tour is sold out, just that the starting farm location is booked.)

Here's your guide to this year's talent.

Springdale Farm

  • Argus Cidery
  • Contigo/Chicon
  • Eden East
  • Friends and Allies Brewery
  • Justine's Brasserie
  • L'oca d'oro
  • Lost Pines Yaupon Tea
  • Olamaie
  • The Hightower
  • Wahaka Mezcal
Photo source: Springdale Farm FB

Hausbar Farm and Guesthaus

  • The Brewer's Table
  • Counter 3. Five. VII
  • Dripping Springs Vodka
  • Emmer & Rye
  • Geraldine's
  • Old Thousand
  • Lauren's Garden Bloody Mary Mix
  • Paula's Texas Spirits
  • Texas Keeper Cider
  • Uchi
  • Wimberley Tea
  • Zilker Brewery
Photo source: Hausbar Farm FB

Boggy Creek Farm

  • Dolce Neve
  • Lenoir
  • Live Oak Brewery
  • Sala & Betty
  • Texas French Bread
  • The Austin Wine Merchant
  • Twisted Skillet
  • Weather Up
  • Wink
Photo by John Anderson

Rain Lily Farm

  • Buddha's Brew
  • Confituras
  • Dai Due
  • Juniper
  • LeRoy and Lewis
  • Lick Ice Cream
  • Olive & June
  • Strangeland Brewery
  • Texas Sake
Photo source: Rain Lily Farm FB

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