Old-school deli-style pickles, kraut, kimchi and more, all handmade and naturally fermented in oak barrels. Kosher, vegan, and naturally gluten-free. WARNING: Highly addictive!
To all of Britt’s Pickles’ loyal customers and friends,
It is with a heavy heart we write to inform you that we are winding down Britt’s Pickles’ operations and closing the doors. We will be selling our remaining inventory at the Farmers Markets, our internet store, and a few retail stores over the month of September.
We truly appreciate all of your support over the years, and we believe that what we built has served to improve peoples’ lives. We hear it from you every time that we are at the local markets or read your posts online. Perhaps there is a pathway forward under new ownership.
Britt's IPO Full Sour pickle has a traditional central European taste and as the story goes is the first recipe he perfected. Back in the day when he was passing out samples to friends and family, he asked for suggestions to name it. IPO is the acronym for Initial Pickle Offering, Thanks Greg! These old-school deli pickles nourish the body, enliven the senses and invigorate the spirit.
IPO Half Sour Pickles
Our IPO Half Sours are the same recipe as the IPO Full Sours, but fermented for just a few days. They are greener and less acidic than Britt's IPO Full Sours, but just as crispy and delicious! For the devoted Half Sour pickle people Half Sours are the only real pickle.
Ginger & Pepper Pickles
A pleasantly pungent pickle, made with ginger, peppercorns and a plethora of Asian spices.
ZING! Some people drink coffee, others eat Britt's Spicy Pickle! Not too much heat, just enough to wake up your tastebuds and get 'em dancing!
Hot n'Sour Pickles
For those of you who like a little pickle with their hot, have Britt's Hot n'Sour! Made with chili, chipotle, and allspice, this pickle will challenge your taste buds and awaken your cosmic inner fire.
Horseradish Dill Pickles
This crunchy pickle is a different take on our IPO Full Sour. Fresh baby dill and horseradish take the place of onions in this recipe. The fermented horseradish has a fantastic flavor all on it’s own!