Our 2018 Sponsors
We are thankful for our sponsors who help us make Atlanta Fermentation Fest a wonderful event.
Fermentation Fest is on the grounds of the Golda Kombucha brewery. Golda Kombucha is Georgia's First and Finest Kombucha Company, founded in 2013 in Atlanta, GA.
We believe that re-connecting people to their food is one of the very best ways to cultivate the local food movement and ensure its healthy and vibrant future. We do this by producing food focused, educational community festivals, fundraisers and experiences that celebrate farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and food and beverage artisans.
Clash Graphics is an Atlanta based print shop conveniently located in midtown. Clash Graphics offers business cards, posters, fliers, banners and more to businnesses across Atlanta.
Georgia State University
Georgia State University is the largest University in the state of Georgia. The GSU college of Biology will share the science behind Fermentation at a science corner including informational posters, microscopes and more!
Located in neighboring Grant Park, Adams Realty specializes in commercial and residential real estate. Adams Realators bring the collective WISDOM of their agents to every real estate deal … wisdom that comes only from the company’s years of experience in the business.
With efforts that support local agriculture and small business, Kroger is your go-to grocer for all your family's needs. The Kroger company is a proud sponsor of this year's ATL Fermentation Fest.
Doux South Pickles
With their headquarters located at Lee+White, Doux South is the creation of Atlanta farm-to-table chef Nick Melvin, who has been pickling since his childhood in New Orleans. Doux South aims to educate folks about the great Southern tradition of pickling and all the ways that pickles could be used by the chef at home.
Urban Tree Cidery
Urban Tree isn’t just about making deliciously refreshing ciders. Although that’s what we do day in and how, we believe in something bigger. We believe that legacies connect us to the past and bridge us to the future. Whether it’s within our families, communities, or friendships, we owe it to the generations to come to preserve historical legacies while planting the seeds for new ones to grow. You can taste this in every sip of Urban Tree Cider.