Ontario: Women And Beer Before Temperance
This month's edition of The Session is about women and beer which, if you think about it, represents 50% of everything in our beery culture. Sure it does - as long as you have your methodology correctly aligned. So, there should be a wide range of topics.
Session #81: Where have all the brewsters gone?
The topic for the 81st gathering of The Session is Beer Feminists (or Scary Beer Feminists or a Healthy Growing Demographic?). I hope this in on, rather than off, topic.
This is off-topic for beer, cider etc but I thought it went here rather than on my seldom used other blog - it really goes out to other bloggers and people who enjoy writing about beer - and people who are interested in doing business with them/us.Discussions on writers getting paid for their work seem to be coming to a head in the media at the moment.
A Brief History of Women and Beer
Boak and Bailey's Beer Blog - Views on beer and pubs since 2007Immersing ourselves in the history of British beer in the last fifty years, we’ve noticed that, though most of the dominant characters are men, women have certainly played their part. This post is an attempt to shine a light on just a few of the female brewers, campaigners and writers who have helped to shape […]A Brief History of Women and Beer
Berlin brewer’s memoir discovered
Who says blogging doesn’t get you anywhere? Andreas Bogk has taken it upon himself to recreate proper Berliner Weisse in Berlin.