Craft-beer pioneers Kim Jordan and Carol Stoudt have led women back into the brewhouse after an absence lasting several centuries. Here Tara Nurin spotlights some of the others who have helped along the way.
A record-breaking influx of young settlers is bringing an unprecedented number of breweries, brewpubs, Belgian bars, and beer brunches to the nation’s capital and its suburbs.
Tara Nurin (official historian of the Pink Boots Society) explores the history of women and beer from prehistoric times up through Prohibition.
Beer Done with Intensity (and a Wry Sense of Fun)
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