How do women brewers around the world celebrate International Women’s Day? By brewing a beer of course. Brewers across the world will embark on brewing a specially crafted beer to celebrate women around the world and equality. A portion of all the sales from the beers listed below went to various women’s causes across the nation.
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A group of women brewers from Lubbock, Texas will be joining in the festivities. Sally Taylor of Brewery LBK began her brew on 8 a.m. on Friday, March 8th in celebration of International Women’s Day and plans to sell it in four weeks at Flipper’s Tavern’s annual Spring festival with a dollar of every pint benefiting the YWCA of Lubbock. Sally Taylor told KCBD about the brew, “It’s going to be a New England Style IPA. It’s going to take a long time because there’s lots of hops that need to go in after the boil.” Source: KCBD
A group of women from the Quad Cities will also be brewing a beer. Karen Schaar of Crawford Brew Works of Bettendorf, Iowa and her crew is brewing up a double IPA called, “We Can Brew It.” They plan on selling the sure to be delicious brew the first week of April with a portion of proceeds being sent to a local women’s charity. Schaar told KWQC, “The mission is to help other women discover this rewarding hobby, and to share our knowledge and support.” Source: KWQC
An all female-lead team from Wolf’s Ridge Brewing crafted a brand new Imperial Breakfast-Style Stout to celebrate International Women’s Day. Ladies Who Brunch went on sale at Wolf’s Ridge Brewing’s Taproom at 3pm on March 8th with a portion of draft and bottle sales going directly to the YWCA. In 2018, Wolf’s Ridge Brewing was able to raise over $1,000 for the YWCA. Source: The Columbus Dispatch