Barley’s Angels Colorado Celebrates Women and Beer

September 5, 2015 0

When Deborah Cameron, chapter director of Barley’s Angels Colorado, started exploring beer in college, she was always drawn to brews that were different from your standard American lager. Few options existed at the time, but Sam Adams gave Cameron a glimpse into what beer could be, and those brews piqued her interest. Eventually, Cameron moved to Colorado where the craft Read More

Thoughts for the New Year

January 3, 2014 0

I don’t know about all of you but I’m kind of glad 2013 is overwith. I know a new year shouldn’t be an excuse to better yourself, one should be striving to make each day better than the previous, but sometimes it takes something like a new year, a new month, another birthday to give you the true kick in Read More

What’s On Tap with Tierney and Sara Bozich

December 19, 2013 1

This wasn’t my first interview about being woman who loves beer, but it was certainly the most fun one! Sara Bozich, who’s a great friend and supporter of Stouts and Stilettos, hosts a series of videos called What’s on Tap sharing insights into the stories of “local people who impact the world around them.”

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

A Few Thoughts on Credibility

December 19, 2012 9

Do women need to try harder to prove their credibility in the craft beer world? Does it truly matter how many different beers one has had? Does it matter if one has a cicerone certification? Does it matter that one can identify a particular hop flavor in a beer just by tasting it? These are the questions I ask myself Read More