Epiphany Event February 6

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Farm to Table Event at Epiphany with Druid City Brewing Benefits BWRk


Tuscaloosa, Ala. – Thursday, February 6 at 8pm, Epiphany will host a Farm to Table Dinner to raise money for Black Warrior Riverkeeper and awareness for local food and beverages.  Tuscaloosa’s “farm-to-fork” restaurant since 2003, Epiphany (519 Greensboro Ave) will feature discounted beers from Druid City Brewing including an exclusive new wheat brew made with Snow’s Bend Farm strawberries.

Snow’s Bend Farm is situated along the Black Warrior River downstream of Tuscaloosa.  The water for Druid City Brewing’s beer comes from Lake Tuscaloosa, greater Tuscaloosa’s drinking water source on the North River.  Both of these important Tuscaloosa-area waterways are in Black Warrior Riverkeeper’s patrol area.

Black Warrior Riverkeeper is a nonprofit clean water advocacy organization whose mission is to protect and restore the Black Warrior River and its tributaries.  The non-governmental group works to keep water clean for drinking, fishing, swimming, and recreation by holding polluters accountable to the Clean Water Act throughout the Black Warrior River watershed, which spans 6,276 square miles in 17 Alabama counties.

The event will feature a $39 Tapas Style meal with meat, vegetables and other delicious products of regional farms including Snow’s Bend and Katie Farms from the Black Warrior River watershed.  During afternoons and evenings Monday through Saturday, Epiphany will take reservations for the dinner at 205-344-5583.

“We are thrilled to have our first Tuscaloosa dinner event at such an excellent restaurant,” said Charles Scribner, Executive Director of Black Warrior Riverkeeper.  “Epiphany’s showcase of world-class farms and breweries from the Black Warrior River basin highlights an important benefit of watershed protection.”


Black Warrior Riverkeeper’s mission is to protect and restore the Black Warrior River and its tributaries. The citizen-based nonprofit organization advocates for clean water, wildlife habitat, recreation and public health in our patrol area, the Black Warrior River watershed.  This river basin is entirely contained in Alabama, America’s leading state for freshwater biodiversity.

Media Contacts:
Charles Scribner, Executive Director, Black Warrior Riverkeeper: [email protected], 205-458-0095
Margaret Ann Toohey, Co-Owner, Snow’s Bend Farm: [email protected], 205-394-3561
Bo Hicks, Brewmaster and Owner, Druid City Brewing: [email protected], 205-342-0051
Tres Jackson, Chef and Owner, Epiphany: 205-344-5583

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