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Elaine Rewolinski
 
| Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Indeed Brewing Company launches CBD seltzer

Lull is coming to store shelves in January as Indeed Brewing Co.  begins canning and distributing its hemp-oil-infused seltzer across Wisconsin. The Minneapolis-based beverage company, with a taproom in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point, introduced Lull as a taproom exclusive in 2019.

The nonalcoholic CBD seltzer, flavored with Key lime and lemonade, is part of the company’s expansion into the beyond-beer beverage industry. Read more at: indeedbrewing.com

Outpost Natural Foods foresees a healthy 2021

It looks like we can expect vegetables and citrus to continue to be in demand for 2021.

Outpost Natural Foods, the local co-op with four grocery stores in the Milwaukee area, suggests foods that promote health, flavor and convenience will be the top consumer choices at the market. Based on a survey by ADM, a food processing and commodities trading corporation, consumers will be reaching for foods and beverages with naturally occurring vitamin C, versatile veggies such as cabbage and chickpeas, as well as local sauces, dressings and marinades.

Check what’s on sale, owner specials, and a calendar of events at: outpost.coop

Purple Door Ice Cream home delivery

The Milwaukee-based premium ice cream maker now has three take-home ice cream kits available for contactless home delivery.

The do-it-yourself ice cream kits make from six to 12 desserts, depending on the kit. The sundae survival kit comes with three pints of ice cream and four toppings; the root beer float kit with two pints and four cans of Sprecher root beer; and the ice cream sandwich kit with a dozen cookies and two pints.

Kit costs range from $25 to $32. Delivery is free to residents in Milwaukee County from Thursday through Saturday. To order, visit purpledooricecream.com

BelAir Cantina opening ice bar

An ice bar opening Jan. 22 in front of BelAir Cantina at The Corners of Brookfield features drinks with names such as Icebergs, Polar Plunges and Icicles. The outdoor bar is constructed from 10,000 pounds of ice.

Visitors can also take a seat near one of the heaters and try a mystery shot served in an ice glass, or quaff a tap beer. For dates and hours of operation, visit thecornersofbrookfield.com. The Corners complex is on West Blue Mound Road at North Barker Road.

RELATED: 10,000 pounds of ice is being used to make an ice bar at The Corners of Brookfield’s BelAir Cantina

Chef Pam’s Kitchen is cooking in February

Chef Pam’s Kitchen is offering home cooks a chance to improve their skills. Classes in February will focus on New Orleans' cuisine for Mardi Gras, specialty cake decorating classes for Valentine’s Day, a lobster night, and a Not Your Wisconsin Fish Fry class for Lent.

Class sizes have been reduced because of COVID-19, and extensive cleaning measures are in place. Participants are asked to wear masks. 

Chef Pam’s is at 290 W. Main St. in Waukesha. Maximum class size is 12 students, and classes sell out quickly, so call to check current availability, (262) 271-6121, or visit chefpamskitchen.com

Compiled by Elaine Rewolinski. If you have food news to announce, send your press release to: jsfeat@journalsentinel.com

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