Las Hermanas Collaborative Brewing Event at Borderlands Brewing Co.

All-Female Craft Beer Collaboration project.

Borderlands Brewing Company wants you to stop by to check out the “Las Hermanas Collaborative Brewing Event” on Friday, December 20.

The women brewers of Borderlands Brewing are teaming up with women brewers from Mexico, making it the first all-female bi-national brewing project.

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Ayla Kapahi of Borderlands Brewing Company and Sandra Navarro of Turulata Brewing Company will be leading their crews, with the same recipe, and at each other’s brewery to create a collaborative craft beer — in this instance, it’s going to be a Hazy IPA, also known as Las Hermanas.

“This women’s collaborative brew is about more than brewing beer. We’re building international relationships and celebrating Mexico’s fast-growing craft beer scene. It’s important to continue to highlight women and minorities in the craft beer industry,” Ayla said.

Cassidy Johnson and Ayla at Borderlands Brewing Co. (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Cassidy Johnson and Ayla at Borderlands Brewing Co. (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Now, you won’t be able to taste the collaborative brew just yet. However, you’re welcome to come down to the brewery on 119 E. Toole Ave. and witness history, while sipping on the many other flavors currently on tap.

Borderlands Brewing is planning to release Las Hermanas on Friday, January 17, so be sure to stop by again and taste the sure-to-be-delicious brew.

Borderlands Brewing Company is located at 119 E. Toole Ave. For more information, visit

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