The women of Australia’s Young Henrys joined forces to brew the latest addition to the brewery’s B-Side Series. Free the NEIPA is a hazy IPA infused with bergamot. Ten-percent of profits from Free the NEIPA benefit Two Good Co., an organization that provided meals to women who have experienced domestic violence.
While the exact details of the latest iteration of Trillium’s Level Playing Field beer are under lock and key until right before International Women’s Day, here’s what we know about this weekend’s release. This year’s IWD brew was created by Trillium Canton’s event planner Carolina Gonzalez. The secret ingredient of this mystery beer is fresh ginger, and proceeds from its release will benefit the Pink Boots Society.
Spirit of Revolt IPA was not only brewed by the women of Revolution Brewing, it was brewed with specialty malts from woman-led Weyermann Malting. A portion of sales from this dry-hopped IPA will benefit the programs at Connections for Abused Women and their Children in Chicago.
We can't think of a better way to honor the women of the brewing community than with a cold one. Here are the best beers that will be hitting the market to celebrate International Women's Day.
British Columbia’s Barkerville Brewing Co. in Quesnel found some unique inspiration for its International Women’s Day brew. Inspired by the common symptoms of PMS, its head brewer Erin Dale brewed a gruit with rosehip, chamomile, yarrow, and juniper branches—ingredients believed to relieve the syndrome. Part of the proceeds from the sale of Aunt Florence will be donated to Ovarian Cancer Canada.
To honor NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson, who passed away in February at the age of 101, Cleveland, Ohio’s Market Garden Brewery will launch its Hidden Figures New England-style DIPA. One dollar from each pint sold will go to Pink Boots Society to help empower women beer professionals and advance their careers through education.
Collective Arts’ Loud and Clear is a stout brewed with tart cherries and dark chocolate. This beer is 100-percent made by women—from recipe to brewing, to the art on the packaging—and on top of that, proceeds from the beer as well as its release party will go to the YWCA and the Native Women's Centre.