Take a look at what we’re reading around the globe.
Travel & Leisure: Meet the Korean American Mom and Lawyer Redefining Soju in the U.S. by Stacey Leasca. Read HERE
Liquor.com: Beer Pro Ashlie Randolph on Overcoming Stereotypes in the Craft Beer Industry by Caroline Pardilla. Read HERE
VinePair: Accusations of Sexism and Discrimination at Boulevard Brewing Company Show the Industry Still Has Far to Go By Beth Demmon. Read HERE
Shondoland: Meet Five Ladies of the Spirits Industry HERE
Yakima Chief Hops Releases 4th Annual Pink Boots Blend in Support of Women in Brewing. Read More HERE
Thrillist: The Best Gifts for Homebrewers, According to a Homebrew Master. Check Out Sarah Flora of Flora Brewing’s Homebrewer Gift Guide HERE.
Entrepreneur: This Craft-Beer Founder Gave Herself 6 Months to Succeed. Five Years Later, She’s Flourishing. Read more about Caitlin Landesberg, CEO of Sufferfest HERE.
Seen Magazine: How Barb Barker Turned Her Love of Beer into a Career – and Found a Way to Help Other Women Break Barriers in the Industry. Read HERE.
Inc Magazine: Before Selling Her Craft Beer Business to a Beverage Giant, She Sold it to Employees. Meet Kim Jordon, Co-Founder, of New Belgium Brewing. Read HERE
The first Latina-founded community brewing space to open in San Diego, Mujeres Brew House, needs your support! Find out how you can get involved or donate here
The Daily Beast: The Everlasting Influence of OG Sommelier Belinda Chang. Read HERE
Trend Hunter: Top 100 Drinking Trends as of Fall 2020. Read HERE
Philly Mag: Meet the Startup Founders Fighting Food Waste, One Avocado at a Time. Check out new antioxidant-packed drink Reveal. Read HERE
October: Why One of New York’s Most Innovative Brewers Decided to Pack Her Bags for Texas. Read HERE
Vinepair: Chrishon Lampley Wants to Bring Love Cork Screw National: ‘Now You See Me, So Let’s Roll.’ Written by Emily Krauser. Read HERE
Sarah Flora, homebrewer and commercial brewer in planning, speaks with Thrillist about homebrewing in quarantine. Read HERE
Beer.Diversity’s Ren Navarro and Railyard Brewing Co. brewer Airelle “Airie” Peters – also recently became the first female brewer in Alabama – spoke with October about what it’s like to be a woman of color in the beer industry. Read HERE
Imbibe: Hanna Lee has set a new standard for bar PR. Read HERE
Vinepair: San Diego welcomes first Latina-founded community brewing space, Mujeres Brew House. Written by Beth Demmon. Read HERE