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This season’s Farm Bureau beer is a Lemon Blueberry Beer (Photo by symbiot / Shutterstock.com)

By Colleen Taber
Administrator, Kern County Farm Bureau

Colleen Taber, Administrator, Kern County Farm Bureau

We are so fortunate to have such quality local businesses here in Kern County. Our partnership with Temblor Brewing company is a match made in heaven. As you all get to know me, you will learn that I can find ag in anything. You might ask, “What does a farm bureau and a brewing company have in common?” 

It takes agriculture to brew beer: wheat, barley, and hops, to name a few. This season’s release of the Farm Bureau beer is a Lemon Blueberry Beer. We also need ag to have lemons and blueberries. We have brought in Kern County Farm Bureau directors and partners like Murray Family Farms and Gourmet Blueberries to create this refreshing flavor. Friends like Vita-Pakt have joined in as well to share their citrus. Almost sounds like health food to me. 

These organizations were brought together by Todd Snider, Kern County Farm Bureau Director and owner of Western Ag Crop Insurance Services. It wasn’t easy for Snider in this current pandemic to orchestrate this effort. Our relationship with Temblor Brewing Company continues to flourish as their creativity and expertise delivers another great beer. Speaking of delivery… Temblor is currently offering home delivery as well as curbside purchase. This original Lemon Blueberry Beer is a perfect match for your pool float or your family cornhole game.

It’s events like this beer release that brings us together. I hope to see you at our Bounty of Kern County on October 10th as well as our Golf Tournament scheduled for November 9th. 

Cheers!