A new project we’re working on; our Bodytonic team is collaborating with local organisations and helpers in the area too.
Our goal is to start growing our own fruit, herbs, flowers and veg and we hope that in 2 years we’ll be able to set up our own food & drinks unit in Eatyard, selling only the good ol produce we have harvested ourselves 💚
Using principles from permaculture and zero waste, we’ll harvest and reuse compost & water. We aim to reduce our waste immensely and grow hops for brewing, and even reuse materials for building stuff. The main goal though is to establish our own food unit (as mentioned above) and sell all the goods that we’ve made ourselves. Hopefully we can get the local community involved too! We plan to run monthly events in our spaces and bring in our favourite gardeners, farmers and collectives to share some advice and spread inspiration amongst the communities. If you would like to get involved, get in touch with us below
While we’ve dabbled in this area for almost 4-5 years now, it’s only recent that we started to take it more seriously. But hey, we’re still only practicing and learning loads along the way. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the progress
Join us in Eatyard as we celebrate an ‘interesting’ spring & summer of growing herbs, fruit, veg & flowers across all our rooftop and backyard spaces – the Lighthouse, MVP, Wigwam, the Back Page, Jam Park, the Square Ball & belatedly… the Bernard Shaw !
On the day, we’ll have 2 drinks [ one fruit/veg juice, and the other a cocktail ] prepped by our brewtonic team and 2 food meal offerings on sale from our brewcook crew , all using produce we’ve grown in Dublin city this year.
To book in : [email protected]
Mint Delivery sent on July 15th to all Bodytonic Bars
(This fresh mint is used for Mojitos and Water Jugs)
Fresh Beetroot Delivery sent on July 22nd to the Fowl Play lads at The Square Ball
(used in their salads)
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