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Offline milehighswappers

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Homemade/homegrown/homebrewed swap on Sunday June 12
« on: June 06, 2011, 10:44:46 am »
Join us for Mile High Swappers June food swap!

Reserve your free ticket now at

Come to Isabelle Farm in Lafayette, CO on June 12 at 2pm with five or so of your amazing homemade goods that you are prepared to part with - they can be all the same thing or a mix. You will have a chance to check out the products that other attendees have brought to swap, let them know you are interested in trading for their goodies by signing up on their sheets - and then the trading begins! You can see who wants your amazing soup/jam/cookies/home brew and decide if it's worth trading for their excellent compote/bread/infused oil/home-laid eggs.

You don't have to take anything you don't want and you definitely do not have to spend any money - cash is strictly forbidden.
You do have to come expecting a fun time. And maybe bring something tasty to share besides what you have brought to swap. Samples are nice too!

The only rule concerning what you bring to swap is that it must be homemade - if it's organic, gluten-free,vegan, low-sugar etc. that's great - just make sure you label it accordingly so you can easily find like-dieting people to swap with.

Visit our FAQ page at for more info on how this all goes down.

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Re: Homemade/homegrown/homebrewed swap on Sunday June 12
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2011, 10:51:50 am »
Are you sure it's legal to swap homebrew?  Just asking....
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