what is *community_supported goods*? we offer subscriptions to goods made by your friends and neighbors. like, for example, middle brow beer & wine co.'s * K I T C H E N _ C L U B *. much like joining a farmer's CSA helps that farmer plan and budget their year, signing up to receive ethically- and locally-made goods on a periodic basis helps strengthen local economies and enhances community trust and engagement.

community over state. neighborhood over nation. … join up. and let’s get lookaftering.


the best way to support our favorite modest, wild bakery is by subscribing to a *weekly or bi-weekly* delivery of their bread! you can subscribe to get a *utilitarian* country square loaf for your daily sandwich, or a wild *bakers' choice* bread like pecorino and smoked black pepper or malted crystal rye whole wheat fougasse.

all breads by middle brow are made principally w grain from meadowlark organics in ridgeway, wi. and fermented w their very own and very wild sourdough culture. they also utilize grain and flour from sugar creek malting in indiana, janie's mill in illinois, and granor farm in michigan.


beers by middle brow, have been *helping* kill fascists (read: fight homelessness, heal behavioral trauma, support labor, prevent police brutality, feed the hungry) for nearly a decade.

they've also grown wilder over the years. subscription beers have included a backyard såinnhut-smoked dandelion and pineapple sage raw wild beer made by middle brow in collaboration with lee mccomb (itinerant fermentation wizard) and averie swanson of keeping together, a crispy black beer, a foeder-aged solera saison blended into a caramelized wild porter, and a little hazy ipa with michigan hops. your subscription share may also include wine!


want to support your broader chicago neighborhood? do so through our community bread program! add anything from $1 to $20 per week to your subscription, and we'll make sure to use it to deliver fresh bread to all sorts of beautiful humans in our city. past and current partners include from fresh moves market, grocery run club, marketbox, the abundance setting and many more. what’s $5 per week? it’s less than $1 per day. less than, we said. … can you afford it? we know you can. for your community’s health and well-being. which, in the end, is your health and well-being.