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DRINK THIS: Vidathena IPA at Pueblo Vida Brewing Company

By Jessie Mance
March 29, 2023

Released March 8, 2023

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Released by Pueblo Vida Brewing Company on International Women’s Day 2023 (also celebrated as International Women’s Brew Day by the beer community), Vidathena IPA is a quaff fit for a queen.

Vidathena IPA serves up juicy mangos and cream when it hits your tongue, enters the herbaceous zone about mid-mouth, and leaves a mild peppery finish in the swallow. This tour of "Flavor Country" is all thanks to the proprietary Pink Boots Society blend of hops used in the brew, a mixture that changes every year and is utilized by breweries across the country.

Vidathena IPA at Pueblo Vida Brewing Company (Photo by Jessie Mance)

Coming in at 6.5% ABV, this beer is the perfect pint to raise in honor of the women in your life. Vidathena IPA can be found on tap and in cans at Pueblo Vida Brewing and in your favorite local taprooms. 

Look for the gorgeous peachy-leafed cans designed by Saywells Design Company.

The mission of the Pink Boots Society is to assist, inspire and encourage women and non-binary individuals in the fermented/alcoholic beverage industry to advance their careers through education

Pueblo Vida Brewing Company is located at 115 E. Broadway Blvd. For more information, visit pueblovidabrewing.com.

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Jessie Jean Mance was born in Tucson and never met a riparian area she didn’t like. She is a lover of lightning, sunsets, mezcal, music, and other intoxicating experiences. Mance resolutely believes that fresh air is medicine, burritos are the...

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