We are pleased to announce we participated in the 2015 International Women’s Collaboration Brew Day on March 8th. We brewed Unite Red Ale along with brewers and breweries around the globe to bring awareness to women and their righteous place in the brewing industry. A portion of the brew’s proceeds will go to the Pink Boots Society and a separate portion will be donated a charity of choice.
“This was our first ever participation in a global event of this kind” said FATE Brewing Company owner Mike Lawinski. “Brewing collectively and collaboratively with one message across the globe. It’s pretty impactful and we are proud of the supportive and educational tone this event allowed us to set with our community both locally and globally.”
Here are some photos from the day.
We are estimating a donation of over $1000 for the brew.
“That’s one thing that we especially liked about this event.” said Pink Boots Society member and FATE Brewing Company Director of Sales Hannah Lloyd “It started the day we brewed but it doesn’t end there. Serving the brew on draft will allow us to continue to tell the story of the ale and what it represents. It’s pretty cool.”
The FATE Unite Red Ale will be on tap in our brew pub April 6th. Brewing beer for good just feels right. Now we look forward to drinking for good.
Check out the Boulder Weekly article on the brew here.