Who ever thought Patagonia would be associated with organic food and beer — beyond the beer you drink after a long day of climbing or hiking in Patagonia gear? We suppose it’s really no surprise as the company’s interest in the planet has stretched well beyond preserving wild places to supporting regenerative organic agriculture as a possible solution to slow the climate crisis and even reverse it. This thought process was backed by the company giving its $10 million tax cut back to environmental groups including those supporting regenerative organic agriculture. In addition, Patagonia’s use of diverse ingredients such as kernza wheat, hemp, buckwheat and buffalo, aim to promote long-term soil health. Curious? Stop by to try the company’s new offerings, including the Long Root Wit beer, a northwest spin on a classic Belgian-styled witbeir. And don’t miss Patagonia founder Yvonne Chouinnard’s keynote on Climate Day, March 5.