Equality Brew released with a crawl

JACKSON, WY  — On International Women’s Day March 8, a group of brewers from Roadhouse Brewing Co. and Snake River Brewing gathered to craft a hoppy Belgian Wit beer. It was the 150th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Wyoming, and all of the brewers were women.

The brewers will release “Equality Brew” this Friday, April 19 with an Equality Brew Pub Crawl. Brewers and drinkers (men are invited, too) will start at Roadhouse Bub + Eatery from 5-7 p.m., and “crawl” to Snake River Brewing from 7-9 p.m. And $1 from each pint of Equality Brew sold on April 19 will benefit Womentum, a nonprofit fostering leadership among women in Jackson Hole.

Equality Brew was a collaborative project by the women of Roadhouse, Snake River Brewing, and the Wyoming chapter of the Pink Boots Society, an organization that encourages women in the beer industry to advance their careers through education. The collaboration is part of the national Pink Boots Brew Day, which garnered 260 participating breweries from 10 countries last year.

Photo: Roadhouse Brewing

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