Women in Craft Beer – Hannah Ison (Zeroday Brewing)

November 3, 2017 2

Everyone starts somewhere, and for Hannah Ison, she’s starting here in Harrisburg. If you’ve visited Zeroday Brewing before, you’ve probably seen her there, or maybe heard her there – her exuberant laugh is unmistakable, and her energy is contagious throughout the establishment. I met Hannah a few years back at a party, and immediately saw a bit of myself in Read More

Say Hello to The Brew Shop

February 8, 2016 0

I am lucky to live in a neighborhood that has lots of places to buy excellent craft beer. However, these places generally fall into two categories: 1) grocery stores with a particularly good beer selection, or 2) wine shops that have a shelf or two dedicated to craft beer. The neighborhood was missing a shop that put beer first – 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

Meet April

September 29, 2015 0

Greetings from Ohio! My love for beer started at an early age. My mother tells the tale of me sitting on the porch swing with my grandfather and he would let me sip the warm foam out of the bottom of the mug of his Black Label beer and I wouldn’t even flinch. My mother would yell first, then say Read More

Meet Sonora

September 3, 2015 5

Hello fellow beer nerds! My name is Sonora, and I have been a big fan of all things craft beer for several years. For the longest time I didn’t drink beer because the bitterness put me off. My gateway to beer was actually cider. The European ciders especially had a dryness that prepared my palate for beer. The first beer Read More

Women in Beer, Women Drinking Beer

April 20, 2015 1

The following is a guest post written by Sara Bozich. Sara has been writing about food, drink & fun on PennLive and SaraBozich.com. You can catch her on her weekly radio gigs, along with hosting duties on the web series, What’s on Tap. She is also a co-founder of the first ever Harrisburg Beer Week. “Craft beer:  written by women, Read More

York Men to Walk Mile in Heels for Charity

September 29, 2014 0

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and to help with the cause as well as raise money for the York YWCA, our friends at The Beer Ace are going to be participating in the ‘Walk a Mile in Her Heels’ event on Friday October 3rd. And when we say friends, we mean the men of The Beers Ace. Nate Fochtman, Read More

Pints & Pedis April 30 at Polished Salon

April 6, 2014 0

Alright, ladies, this is a big one. Mark your calendars now for April 30 for the first-ever Pints & Pedis, hosted by SaraBozich.com and Stouts and Stilettos, in partnership with Polished Salon & Spa and Wilsbach Distributors. Pints & Pedis is an opportunity to share and grow your love of craft beer with like-minded women. Whether you’re been sipping stouts since the ’00s, are Read More

CTBF 2013

October 29, 2013 0

Remember last year when my good friend Colleen (HopSweetie) and I were lamenting and whining about not being at GABF with all the cool kids? Well the same happened this year only with a lot less whining and a lot more girl time drinking fun. Welcome to CTBF 2013!

Op-Ed: Women & Beer Stereotype Persists via Beer Street Journal

July 22, 2013 2

Some of you may have seen this video already as well as my post at Beer Street Journal, and others might not. In case you can’t tell from my scathing sarcasm, I am absolutely sick of the women & beer stereotypes that still continue to infiltrate the industry. Can we please just realize that beer is a unisex and genderless Read More

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