Women of Dangerous Man brew together for International Women’s Day

Dangerous Man Brewing bartender Grace Sell is a self-described “heavy snoozer.” When her alarm goes off most mornings, it marks the beginning of a process that finally ends with her getting out of bed about an hour later. But today was different. “I only snoozed once!” she exclaimed with pride to taproom manager Maggie Pears, who … [ Read more]

Why I spent a weekend brewing with just women

I am familiar with mansplaining. I am a woman and haven’t spent thirty-something years living under a rock. But I have never experienced the phenomenon with such frequency until I started working in the craft brew industry. I’ve bought homes, spent a decade in academia, and a summer working landscaping gigs on construction sites, and … [ Read more]

Ladies, here’s why you should want to be a craft beer drinker

No more staring into the beer aisle longingly. No more second-guessing when ordering something off the draft list. No more caring about what others think when you have a pint in your hand. I’ll let you in on a secret I learned during my week at the Craft Brewers Conference: The data shows that the … [ Read more]

Fighting A Male-Dominated Industry with a Set of Pink Boots

The Pink Boots Society empowers women in the industry, from home brewers to bartenders, to thrive in the world of craft beer. By Becky Lang A beer recently came out called “Chick Beer,” which claims to be “America’s Beer for Women.” The beer has a spiraled font and comes in a bright pink box designed … [ Read more]