Step back in time and let Ice Plant Bar reintroduce you to the art of craft cocktails. Made with locally-sourced ingredients, house-pressed juices, an assortment of bitters, specially developed syrups and a big dash of expertise, these drinks are stunning. Try a sample (or a whole drink!) when you stop by the Ice Plant Bar at Made in St. Augustine.
Treat yourself to an all-natural popsicle made from local ingredients at The Hyppo food truck at Made in St. Augustine.
Experience the taste and flavors of Florida when you sample locally crafted spirits from the St. Augustine Distillery at Made in St. Augustine.
The Honey Truck Co
See what all the buzz is about when you visit the bright red antique Ford truck - aka The Honey Truck Co. - at Made in St. Augustine. Stop by the truck for hyper-local honey and honey-related products such as honey pops, beeswax wraps and lip balm. And you can even make your own honey products when you participate in The Honey Truck Co.’s workshop during the festival!
Fill your bag with fresh organic produce and value-added goods (such as barbeque sauces, jams, pickles and kimchi) when you stop by Frog Song Organics’ booth at Made in St. Augustine. While you’re there, learn more about receiving fresh organic produce regularly through their Community Supported Agriculture program.
Sample loose leaf tea and culinary spice blends handcrafted in St Augustine with premium organic ingredients when you stop by the Cultivate Tea and Spice Co’s booth at Made in St. Augustine. You can also quench your thirst with their iced teas and craft sodas made with hand-crafted fruit, herb, and tea-based syrups.
Taste a sample or buy a whole bottle when you visit San Sebastian Winery’s booth at Made in St. Augustine. San Sebastian wine is also available by the glass at the festival’s beverage tent.
Spice and Tea Exchange of St. Augustine
Shop locally hand-blended seasonings, loose teas, infused sugars, sea salts and exotic rices at the Spice and Tea Exchange’s booth at Made in St. Augustine. While you’re there, be sure to try free samples of their teas and olive oil bread dips.
Sweet City Cupcakes
Explore cupcakes, cookies, mini bundts and a variety of cakes when you stop by Sweet City Cupcakes at Made in St. Augustine. You can also decorate your own mouth-watering cupcake at this Junior Made station.
Rype and Readi
Knock out your grocery list when you visit Rype and Readi’s booth at Made in St. Augustine. Rype and Readi’s Downtown Farm Market provides local residents, amatuer cooks and professional chefs fresh, locally grown and organic produce, cheeses and yogurts from local dairy farms, artisan breads and specialty items such as honey crystals. Sample their produce and products - or buy groceries for the week! - when you stop by Rype and Readi at the festival.
Old Coast Ales
Stop by Old Coast Ales at Made in St. Augustine to try a free sample of their fresh locally-crafted brews. Old Coast Ales crafts all of their beers, including IPAs, Pales, Reds, Browns and Porters onsite at their brewery and taproom on Anastasia Boulevard.
This cozy gastropub with a chic and sexy environment serves eclectic cocktails with its collection of rare and artisan spirits. Odd Birds is known for its “Bartenders call” when guests describe what they like and the master mixologists create a libation to match their palate. Members of the service industry are especially keen on visiting Odd Birds as they provide happy hour - including eclectic small bites - after 11 p.m. Stop by the chill neighborhood bar on Charlotte Street and visit their mobile bike bar at Made in St. Augustine.
Get a cup of nitro cold brew or cascara tea to sip, a bag of locally-roasted coffee to take home and a guava cream cheese turnover (because you should!) from DOS Coffee and Wine at Made in St. Augustine!
Try three different homemade fudges and six kinds of original recipe ice creams when you stop by Kilwins mobile cart at Made in St. Augustine.
Hot Shot Bakery & Cafe
Although Hot Shot Bakery & Cafe offers a variety of bakery items, the establishment was actually founded under the premise of utilizing St. Augustine’s claim to fame, the Datil pepper. The bakery and cafe is most renowned for its Chocolate Dipped Datil Pepper as well as its annual event, Poppin’ Pepper Palooza. Pick-up treats and try their Datil B Good sauce when you visit them at Made in St. Augustine.