Introducing Subscriber Benefits: A Local Food Deal You Can’t Refuse

With our new subscriber benefits program, now is the perfect time to introduce someone you love to the Edible community.

Here at Edible magazine we’re constantly searching for new ways to help you more easily live the Edible lifestyle. That’s why we’re introducing our new subscriber benefits program, which gives you members-only access to events throughout the year, as well as special offers from a curated list of Edible partners, like City Winery, Brooklyn Brewery, Rick’s Picks, and more.

And in the season of giving, it’s a perfect gift to introduce someone you love to the Edible community.

Like our stories and our events, this members program helps you support–and enjoy–Edible-approved food and drink makers directly. The items–collectively valued at $383 at last count!–are perfect for home-pantry stuffing, holiday gift giving, as well as food and drink experiences to educate and exhilarate. Here’s a sampling:

EAT: 20% off SerendipTea teas, beers from the Brooklyn Brewery’s website, wine from City Winery and coffee from Toby’s Estate.

DRINK: 20% off caramels and other treats from Liddabit, briny batches from Rick’s Picks and cheese from Stinky Bklyn.

DO: 15% off on Murray’s Cheese classes at City Winery and 25% off tickets to Edible’s own cocktail bash Good Spirits in February (early-bird tickets still available).

FREE: And we always have a limited number of freebies for new subscribers or gift subscriptions, including Bodum presses, the Edible Brooklyn cookbook (only with 2-year subscriptions) and tickets to How to Holiday at Brooklyn Brewery.

Remember, you need to be a subscriber to take advantage of these benefits. So subscribe now, or give one as a gift. A full-year starts at just $20. And now, with subscriber benefits, it’s a local food deal you can’t refuse. So what are you waiting for? Subscribe today.

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Brian is the editor in chief of Edible East End, Edible Long Island, Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn. He writes from his home in Sag Harbor, New York, where he and his family tend a home garden and oysters. He is also obsessed with ducks, donuts and dumplings.