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Downtown Farmers' Market: Drink Vendors in 2019


September 19, 2019

The Downtown Farmers’ Market is home to vendors from across the state each Saturday from May through October. The Market welcomes vendor, floral, produce and retail vendors, among others to Downtown Des Moines (DSM). American Pride Roasters, a fresh-roasted and brewed coffee vendor, along with Braised Bone Broth Company, an organic superfood bone broth merchant, are two popular booths to stop by and see this year.

American Pride Roasters

For seven years, Faith Matthews and her husband, David, owners of the small business American Pride Roasters, have enjoyed a spot at The Market. The couple started the business in 2012. Because of David’s background in history, each of the coffee blends offered are named after an influential person in history. Roasts include The Burr/Hamilton, The John Quincy Adams, The Franklin and Simon Conway’s Stick to Your Guns Sumatra. Cold brews and hot coffee are served on-site at The Market.

American Pride Roasters is located on 4th Street during The Market, south of Court Avenue. Visit the booth on the following Saturdays to try out a roast: September 21; September 28; and October 5.

Learn more by watching this video or follow American Pride Roasters on Facebook or Twitter.

Braised Bone Broth Company

Braised Bone Broth Company is an artisan bone broth vendor. Crafted in the Midwest, the superfood uses pastured free-range chickens and organic vegetables to create a broth that is both tasty and good for your health. With its anti-inflammatory spices, the bone broth is especially good for your gut. Braised Bone Broth Company sells a 20 oz. pouch or hot by the mug.

The Braised Bone Broth Company booth is located on Court Avenue, west of 4th Street.

Get to know Braised Bone Broth by watching this video or following them on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

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Plan for your visit to The Market with these tips and locate the area you’ll find American Pride Roasters and Braised Bone Broth Company ahead of your visit.

From May to October, experience local artists, live music and entertainment at the Downtown Farmers’ Market featuring nearly 300 family farmers, bakers, artists and crafters from around the state. It’s easy to visit with plentiful and affordable street and ramp parking options.

Courtney Shaw

Courtney Shaw is Chief Communications Officer for the Greater Des Moines Partnership.