On Feb. 1, Listermann Brewing Company is hosting a community brew day inviting all women to help brew a special beer.
And this event is not just for seasoned or home brewers, but for any and all women who enjoy beer. The event will start at 9 a.m, and the female-crafted Berliner weisse will be released in four-packs and on draft on March 8 for International Women’s Day.
This will be the third year that Listermann has created a female-specific brew, and like last year, the four-pack can art will also feature work from local female artists. Jaclin Hastings, Sarah Francis Hollis, Jenny Roessel Ustick and Emily Louise Howard will be producing the four designs to be found on the yet-to-be-named beer's cans and each four-pack will feature all four designs.
Ten percent of proceeds generated from the brew will be donated to local nonprofit organization Women Helping Women, which assists survivors of dating, sexual and domestic violence and stalking.
On International Women’s Day, Listermann will host an event at the taproom from 5-11 p.m. to commemorate the release where $1 from every pint sold and 10 percent of bottle sales will be donated to Women Helping Women.
Listermman is located at 1621 Dana Ave., Norwood. Get more info at listermannbrewing.com.