Flying Dog Releasing Pink Boots Collaboration “Puss ’n Boots” 4/20

Flying Dog Releasing Pink Bots Collaboration “Puss ’n Boots” 4/20From Flying Dog:

Fueled by Skinny Pop, Mariah Carey deep cuts, and just a hint of resentment, the women of Flying Dog conceived a new beer for Pink Boots Collaboration Brew Day, which just so happened to also be International Women’s Day.

This year’s theme was “Freestyle,” but Cardi B was busy…so we went with Plan B: A hoppy kettle sour with cranberry and lime.

It’s called “Puss ’n Boots.”

It’s pink.

It’s tart.

And it’s perfect.

Just like the bad bitches that brewed it, the beer is #unfiltered, a potent fusion of sweet, tart, and oh-so-juicy hops. A special YCH Pink Boots hop blend (Palisade, Loral, Citra, Simcoe and Mosaic) add some serious fruit punch vibes. Round it all out with crisp lime, and the beer is bikini ready.

You can try Puss ’n Boots at our girl-power-packed release party this Friday, April 20. We’ll be open until 9 pm, which leaves so much room for activities:

  • 3 pm – Doors open
  • 4 pm – Yoga on our front lawn, presented by Yogamour
  • 5:30 pm – Sass Magazine panel on women in the brewing industry with the ladies of Flying Dog
  • 6:30 pm – Live music by Vinyl Rhino
  • 8:20 pm – Last call, and time get your limited edition crowler of Puss ‘n Boots for just $7
  • 9 pm – Please leave

Proceeds from the sale of the beer will benefit the Pink Boots Society scholarship fund.

Don’t worry. There will be plenty of snacks from Crisafulli’s Cheese Shop, Hippy Chick Hummus, and The Polka Dot Truck.

Oh, and every woman’s first beer will be $0.79. #Feminism.

The Pink Boots Society’s mission is to assist, inspire and encourage women beer industry professionals to advance their careers through education.

“Women are the largest untapped reservoir of talent in the world.” – Hillary Clinton

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