Crafted aims to bring us together in appreciation for the excellence and authenticity of the creative process, allowing us to pick up tricks-of-the-trade, add a new brew to our repertoire and add elegant, meticulously crafted goods to our collections. Refined and beautifully curated, our Alys Beach team is actively engaging these artisans, distillers, brewers, chefs, and mixologists to create an experience like no other –a sharing of the stories that craft tells.
Alys Beach Crafted was created to celebrate the collaboration of talents that come together to enrich the 30A experience. This new event, sprung from 2019’s successful debut of Firkin Fête, aims to tell the stories of crafted beverages, culinary experiences, artistry, and workmanship.
Crafted will be a weekend of events here in Alys Beach, a gathering of masters of food and drink and renowned craftspeople from around the country sharing the process, the inspiration, and the product of their craft at the Maker’s Market, Cocktail Seminars, the Spirited Soirée and Firkin Fête. Alys Beach Crafted is pleased to announce that all proceeds will benefit one of Walton County’s local non-profits, Food for Thought Outreach.
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Alys Beach Crafted is pleased to announce that all proceeds will benefit one of Walton County’s local non-profits, Food for Thought Outreach.
Food For Thought is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Florida, serving Walton and Okaloosa Counties. Food For Thought works to fight child hunger through five, year-round programs, designed to fight the negative impacts of Child Hunger in the lives of Food Insecure children in grades K-12. FFT's goal is to support a child’s development and educational experience by bridging the gap between school meals during weekends, Summer and Holiday breaks, as well
as offering learning and life-skill resources through the Emeril Lagasse Full-Circle Kitchen and their Full-Circle Gardens. Food For Thought has been working to fight child hunger since 2010, and in the 2021-2022 school year will serve more than 3400 students from 35 schools in Walton and Okaloosa Counties, through an in-school backpack program and on-going curbside food distributions.