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“It’s a great networking opportunity to meet other women in the area, in addition to exciting educational opportunities through our chapter meetings and scholarships,” Bosak says.
For International Women’s Day, PBS Denver is holding its second-annual Collaboration Brew Day, in which members brew a special beer together.
“We even have an energy tea that uses eleuthero root (Siberian ginseng), which helps your body adapt to exertion. With energy teas, you put them in your water bottle or put four in your Camelback when you go on a run.
Also, there are studies that show that black tea is a good [post-workout] recovery aid.” Look for Teatulia’s products—including newly released canned tea sodas—at Rocky Mountain Whole Foods Market locations and local Tokyo Joe’s, Garbanzo, Cho77, and Biju’s Little Curry Shop restaurants.
The funds go to the worthy cause of furthering women’s involvement in the craft beer scene.
(A 2014 Auburn University study found that women account for only 29 percent of brewery workers in the U. Woods (of Wood’s High Mountain Distillery and former president of the Colorado Distillers Guild),” she says.
In just two years, they’ve grown its membership from 10 women to more than 100.
Pennsylvania-born Bosak credits the collaborative nature of the PBS for helping propel her career from lab manager and director of operations at Crazy Mountain Brewery to line lead in packaging at Miller Coors.
So, in 2017, Bosak—along with brewers Emilie Stewart of Blue Moon Brewing Company and Erin Cox (formerly of Great Divide Brewing Company)—formed a Denver chapter.Wallet Hub, a personal finance resource, said just a few months ago that Atlanta was the best city for romance and fun and the fourth best overall city for singles in a list of the 150 most populated cities.Despite the results of this week’s “The Great Love Debate” report, Howie said he has high hopes for Atlanta, which he said is one of his favorite cities. They’re just not out at social events meeting women. Your subscription to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution funds in-depth reporting and investigations that keep you informed. “I grew up at the Colorado State Fair and the Home and Garden Show and the Stock Show because [my father] was always pitching things, from vitamins to carpet sweepers,” Lipsius says. I don’t think I realized that at the time.” Now, as the CEO and co-founder of Teatulia Organic Teas, Lipsius gets to flex her own eco-centric skills.The company, which she founded with a Bangladeshi friend, encompasses a fair-wage, organic tea garden in northern Bangladesh, a tea bar in Denver, and a growing retail presence.