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Beer-loving women now a brew crew

Beer-loving women are exploring the world of craft beer, while supporting Guelph-Wellington Women In Crisis, with a beer education series geared toward women and hosted by the Wellington Brewery.
The “Queen of Craft” series will feature three sessions – one on beer basics, another on food and beer pairings, and a roundtable on the role of women in the craft beer industry.
The first session – Beer 101 – takes place April 2 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Wellington Brewery. It is a chance to gain a deeper knowledge of beer brewing and learn about beer chemistry, tastes and styles. All participants must be of legal drinking age.
The second session, taking place May 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Cornerstone, is called Party Pairings. It will feature select lagers, ales and stouts, paired with chocolates and cheeses from Ouderkirk and Taylor.
Session 3, the Industry Queens Roundtable on June 4 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Bookshelf eBar, will appeal to those interested in pursuing a career in the beer industry. It will feature some of craft beer’s most influential women and, of course, some great beers to sample, a news release said.
All three sessions will be run by women for women, with proceeds going to Women In Crisis.

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