Women from Arizona & Mexico brew a historic beer
Back in December, history was made, but now you get to taste the creation.
Borderlands Brewing Company is tapping into the Las Hermanas IPA during its release party from 5 – 7 p.m. on Friday, January 17.
Last month, the women brewers of Borderlands Brewing teamed up with the women brewers of Turulata Brewing Company from Mexico — making it the first all-female binational brewing project.
“This collaborative brew has brought together two nations in the spirit of diplomacy, a shared passion for craft beer and the empowerment of women,” said Marisol Vindiola, director of Mexico initiatives at Visit Tucson, in a press release.
“This is a great opportunity to show women are playing an important role in craft brewing and to further the conversation on diversity in the brewing industry. With Las Hermanas we are transcending borders, sharing knowledge, and investing in our brew,” Sandra Navarro of Turulata Brewing Company said.
That’s pretty sweet, right?
Speaking of sweet, the Las Hermanas IPA should have a hint of sweetness, which is a hazy, tropical, and juicy brew.
The release party is free to attend and there will be food available to purchase, too.
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Come celebrate with us this Friday night in support of the Las Hermanas all female international brewing collab. This is the very first project of its kind between Arizona and Mexico, and we could not be more excited to share it with you all. Hope to see you there! #brewingacrossborders #lahermanas #hazyipa #supportwomen #supportcraftbeer #supportlocal #womenbrewers #internationalcollaboration #vivalahermandad @visittucson @consulmextucson
Borderlands Brewing Company is located at 119 E. Toole Ave. For more information, visit borderlandsbrewing.com.