Driven by creativity, we present our Seasonal Series. With seasonal ingredients like Okra the window for applying that creativity closes fast. So we make a single batch, preserving at the peak of freshness.
This okra is made with fresh thyme, fresh oregano, fresh green onion, and creole spices. It is crunchy and full of flavor.
Are your products available in stores near me?
They might be! Check out the store locator on the “Where To Buy” page to see if there are any stores near you that carry our products. Distribution on products in the Briners & Brewers series are typically limited to liquor stores in Colorado.
What is the Seasonal series?
Driven by creativity, we present our seasonal series. When it comes to seasonal ingredients the window for applying that creativity closes fast. So we make a single batch, preserving at the peak of freshness. Each jar is hand-numbered, indicating the number of the jar and the number of total jars produced
How long will these be available?
The total number of jars available is listed above the “Add to Cart” button. Once they are gone they will be gone until next year.
How many pickles come in a jar?
The number of pickles that come in a jar depends on the size of the cucumber, but on average there are around 30 pickles slices in each 16 oz jar. Regardless of size, we pack the jars with as many pickles as we can fit! You’ll never see empty space in the jar where we could have fit more pickles.
How long do they last?
They’ll last as long as it takes you to eat them as long as all of the product inside of the jar is submersed in the brine. If one of the pickles is sticking out above the brine and it sits like that for several months it can develop mold. Otherwise they won’t go bad. We do, however recommend eating them within one year of when they were made. The date that they were made is stamped on the jar. After one year they will start to degrade in quality and become less crunchy.
Do they need to be refrigerated?
Only after they have been opened. Until then they are safe to be stored in a cool, dark place.
Is it gluten free?
Is it vegan?
Are these fermented?
No they are preserved using a vinegar-based brine.
Where does the okra come from?
We bring it in from a farm in Texas when the okra is at its peak freshness.
Do you make them or are they made by a contractor?
We do not contract out any production. We make everything in our own facility (called the Dillery) in Denver, Colorado.To view a more extensive list of Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our FAQ page.