Let’s Make Noise, Ladies

January 24, 2017 0

After joining 200,000 people for the Women’s March on Denver Saturday morning, a celebratory drink sounded good for the soul. Fortunately, a few breweries in Denver had the perfect beer for the occasion, Makin’ Noise: Pussy Riot, a pro-civil rights, anti-hate imperial saison. Named after a Russian feminist protest band, Pussy Riot was a collaborative effort among several female brewers and brewed Read More

Gender Stereotyping is Very Real in the Beverage Industry

October 27, 2016 1

When I look at the titles of these two books I feel like there is almost no need for me to actually write the rest of this article. But for most, the books probably don’t really hit them as being sexist. Because this particular stereotype has been around for ages. Girls like wine. Boys like beer. It’s just a commonly accepted perspective. But Read More

Girls Pint Out – Uniting Women, Advocating for Craft Beer

June 16, 2016 2

As we know here at Stouts & Stilettos, having a few beers with your girlfriends is always a good way to spend the day. Across the country, groups like Barley’s Angels and Girl’s Pint Out are popping up in almost every state. With the mission of building a community of women who love craft beer, Girl’s Pint out requires no membership process Read More

Hi, I’m Tierney, and I drink craft beer

October 5, 2015 0

So, after reading this post over at Meta Cookbook about gender and craft beer, one of my favorite things to explore, I got to thinking about the craft scene not being biased against women per se, but instead against the idea of the feminine woman. Stay with me here, it’s going to get awkward. I named my blog Stouts & Stilettos Read More

This Needs to be Addressed

August 13, 2014 19

Me wearing this shirt does not give you the right to talk about what’s underneath it. For some of you, this won’t be easy to read.