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Celebrate International Women’s Day with These Beer Releases

March 07, 2019

By October Staff, March 07, 2019

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    Listermann Brewing Co.'s Ceres
    Midwest

    Brewed by women from all over the community, this tangy Berliner weisse features can art by four local female artists. Some of the proceeds from the launch event will go to Women Helping Women.

  • 3/8
    J. Wakefield Brewing's Showtime
    Southeast

    This session IPA is the result of a collab with Pink Boots Society and a portion of sales will go to fund the organization's scholarship program. A well-rounded blend of Pacific Northwestern hops contributes citrusy, earthy and fruity notes to this 5.7% ABV brew.

  • 3/8
    Garrison Brewing's Susannah Imperial Pale Lager
    Canada

    Brewed with wild-foraged sumac and sea buckthorn, this robust imperial pale ale is heavily hopped with Topaz and Hallertau Blanc. Sweet notes of grain are complimented by a tropical flavor profile reminiscent of lychee, grapefruit and pineapple.

  • 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. 

    Thanks to Remo Remoquillo, creator of the header image.

  • 3/8
    Roadhouse Collab with Snake River's Equality Brew
    West

    In honor of 150th anniversary of Wyoming women's suffrage, two local Jackson Hole breweries have joined forces with the Pink Boots Society for a hoppy Belgian wit beer. Some of the proceeds from the release will go towards Climb Wyoming and Womentum, two local non-profits that empower women.

  • 3/8
    Birds Fly South's Sonita
    Southeast

    Named in honor of Afgan social activist and rapper Sonita Alizadeh, this women-brewed wheat ale is fragrant with honey, turmeric and lemongrass. The release party features draft beer pairings with Girl Scout cookies and raise money for the The Homeless Period Project.

  • 3/8
    Dorchester Brewing's En Vogue Rogue
    Northeast

    Fermented with a yeast strain formally classified as Brettanomyces, this hazy IPA has fresh tropical aromatics reminiscent of ripe pineapple and mango. Twenty-five percent of beer proceeds will go towards Boston's Strong Women Strong Girls Foundation.

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