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Proequality Beer Club Fundraiser
Buy a shirt, support inclusion in beer and support Brienne!
About this campaign
About this campaign
Brienne Allan, brewer and production manager, formerly of Noch Brewing, who goes by @RatMagnet on Instagram initiated a movement after sharing stories submitted to her by women in the beer industry about their experiences with sexism, sexual harassment, assault and discrimination in the workplace. 100% of the proceeds of this shirt will be donated directly to Brienne and Ash Eliot of Women of the Bevolution to support their efforts and funds to assist survivors, develop programs (including grants for women and non-binary entreprenuers in brewing) and provide more resources to the community through initiatives like the Brave Noise global beer collab. Show your support and join the AntiSexist, AntiRacist, ProEquality Beer Club.
About Brave Noise
A collaboration with a big goal: A safe and discrimination-free beer industry. Brave Noise is advocating for safe spaces and inclusive environments by requesting breweries be transparent with their policies and commit to long-term work. Breweries, bars, bottleshops, homebrewers and beer drinkers can join Brave Noise at https://BraveNoiseBeer.com and follow along on Instagram @BraveNoiseBeer https://instagram.com/BraveNoiseBeer #BraveNoise Read more on Brave Noise at Vinepair: https://vinepair.com/articles/brave-noise-collaboration-brew/
About Brienne Allan
Brienne Allan, is a professional brewer (formerly of Notch Brewing) with over 9 years of experience. She has held chapter lead roles with Pink Boots Society in the Boston area. In late May 2021, Allan after sharing her own story about sexism in the industry, she asked her Instagram (@RatMagnet) followers if they had ever experienced sexism in the beer industry. She received hundreds of stories from women who have faced gender discrimination, sexual harassment, harassment and racism. Since then, thousands of stories have been shared online, which has created a #MeToo movement in the beer industry. With the Brave Noise collaborative brew initiative, she hopes breweries will join her in advocating for change and develop resources to best support beer industry professionals and customers.
About Women of the Bevolution
Women of the Bevolution is a platform and advocacy group dedicated to providing a safe space for women and non-binary individuals in the beverage industry and empowering them to speak up. The platform provides open discussions, resources and opportunities to best support industry professionals and those looking to break into the industry.
Learn More & Follow Along for Updates:
Brienne Allan https://instagram.com/ratmagnet
Women of the Bevolution https://instagram.com/womenofthebevolution https://womenofthebevolution.com
Brave Noise https://instagram.com/BraveNoiseBeer https://BraveNoiseBeer.com
Bevolution Brave Voices Fund with Another Round Another Rally, Women of the Bevolution, Brienne Allan and Je Blair https://give.anotherroundanotherrally.org/bevolutionfund
Articles for Reference
Boston Globe https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/05/27/business/meet-local-woman-who-set-off-metoo-movement-beer-ind...
Good Beer Hunting https://www.goodbeerhunting.com/sightlines/2021/5/18/beer-industry-allegations-legal-vulnerability
Wine Enthusiast https://www.winemag.com/2021/09/17/beer-sexist-reckoning/
The Lily https://www.thelily.com/women-in-the-craft-beer-industry-say-theyre-treated-like-they-dont-belong-no...
The Beer Mighty Things Podcast feat. Brienne Allan and Ash Eliot https://open.spotify.com/episode/2MdVldLe6nqjHXOgSdJG3q?si=84c36d0bbf974ba6
I live on the west coast and can’t get the beer where I live, gotta support somehow.
Bc fuck the bros who think they can get away with "boys will be boys" and "lockeroom talk" We need to make EVERYONE feel safe and supported in the workplace. Thanks for doing the great work!
Change in this industry is necessary and overdue.
Female brewers FTW.