We're so excited to announce Glass Goat Yoga this summer at River Road Farm. The dates will be 07/09/2017, 08/13/2017, & 08/20/2017. The cost is $25.00/person and includes a t-shirt with artwork by Scott Ouderkirk, and designed by Ken Gifford. Email contact@GlassGoat.com to receive instructions for reserving your spot!
The classes will be taught by Certified Yoga Instructor Alicia Mitchelson. Here are some thoughts from Alicia on what her yoga practice mean...
We're super excited to announce that we will be hosting Goat Yoga here at River Road Farm this summer! The classes will be taught by Alicia Mitchelson, and will occur three times on Sundays through July & August.
Our goat yoga classes will take place in our goat pasture at River Road Farm, with a view of the St. Lawrence River, among our Nigerian Dwarf goats.
Nigerian Dwarves are super friendly goats, and ours in particular love people and are really social....
More often than not, there is a podcast playing out in the studio while we're working. A particular favorite is Chris Hardwick's Nerdist podcast. Chris Hardwick (for those who may not know!) is the host of The Wall, The Talking Dead, and At Midnight. About a month ago, Kenny decided to make a full piece of stained glass inspired by the podcast. He sketched for a while and finally decided on an image of Chris and Reggie Watts doing the podcast, with "Enjoy Y...
The goat's milk base for this cocktail comes from our goats here at River Road Farm. Our goats have very mild milk, because we monitor their diets closely and make sure the milkers don't have anything that can make their milk bitter, such as beet pulp. The slight earthiness of the goats milk goes really well with the bitter and aromatic nutmeg. The wine glass pictured can be purchasedHERE Enjoy!
This cocktail is named after and inspired by my favorite WAMC Northeast Public Radio contributor. Both she and the cocktail are sharp, fortifying, and punchy. The rosemary lemon syrup (recipe HERE ) makes this cocktail super herbaceous and fresh. The tonic syrup can be difficult to find in some areas, so 2 oz high quality tonic water can be used as a replacement. The cocktail will be a little less intensely flavored, but still delicious! The hand paint...
This syrup tastes great in cocktails with several different liquors. It's awesome with gin (the more botanical the better,) silver tequila, and works well with a lot of different apertifs and amaros, too. Bonus- it makes your house smell fantastic when you simmer it!
Rosemary Lemon Syrup
2 large sprigs of rosemary
Juice from half a lemon
2-3 lemon wheels
1 cup sugar
3 cups water
Add all ingredients to a sauce pan and simmer over very low heat for about 20 minutes.
With all the cold winter weather lately, we needed a little bit of a pick-me-up and reminder of sunny days spent on the river. The only wintery thing about this drink is the snowball used in place of crushed ice! The dragonfly glasses are another reminder of warm summer days and can be purchased on our Etsy store HERE
Snowball Mint Julep
8-10 mint leaves, plus extra sprig for garnish
.75 oz simple syrup (equal parts sugar & water dissolved over heat and allowe...