There are a number of different things that you can do when you are planning a stag do or a beer wenches party. These can range from a bar crawl to a crafty beer girl. Read on to find out some of the ideas.
Brown Gradient Beer Wenches
The Brown Gradient Beer Wenches have a mission: to blaze the trail for women of color in the Beehive State’s burgeoning beer industry. It is an audacious endeavor, especially in a state where 88% of brewery owners are white. Fortunately, the Wenches aren’t alone. In fact, women of color make up 7.5% of breweries nationwide, and in Utah, that number is a hair over 7%.
In order to keep up with the competition, the Wenches have rolled out a handful of fun af brews, including a pineapple smoked lager and a beer sommelier friendly beer pairing guide. But the most important part of all is the broader goal of promoting inclusivity. To this end, the group is working to bolster Utah’s craft beer community by attracting women of all colors and stripes. And to that end, the Beehive State’s first women of color beer pairing event will be held on Friday, March 7, at Salt Lake City’s Bewilder Brewing Co.
Crafty Beer Girls
The Crafty Beer Girls are a non-profit group for women who love craft beer. They meet up at pubs in London, and also have an online community. This is the group that Alex Shaw and Natasha Wolf created in 2015. Their goal is to offer a safe place for women to share, discuss, and learn about craft beer.
They have a wide reach across the UK, and are expanding to the US. Currently, they are a community of over 800 members. If you are looking to get involved, check out the Crafty Beer Girls website or Facebook page.
Another beer related Instagram account that has caught the attention of the community is adoodleandabeer. This account has combined craft beer and drawing into one. It has become so popular that breweries are commissioning her work on their labels and other merchandising.
Jenn Suarez is a woman who has been working in retail and manufacturing for fifteen years. She is now a brand manager for a high volume screen printing shop in Southern California.
Bar Crawl Activities For Beer Babes
If you are looking for something fun and exciting, then you may want to check out a bar crawl. These activities are great for a night out and are perfect for any occasion.
A bar crawl is usually a guided tour where you visit several bars in the area. You will mingle with other burgers and be served with free shot glasses as you visit each of the venues.
Bar crawls are a great way to experience a new city. They allow you to see where the locals go, as well as get a feel for the area. Some crawls will also include a three-course meal or VIP entry to a popular nightclub.
The bar crawl will typically last for 30 to 60 minutes. It will consist of visiting four to five bars, depending on the crawl. Each bar will have its own dress code, but most are not overly fancy. Usually the dress code is for general decency.
Stag Bo Ideas For Beer Babes
Stag do ideas can range from pranks to fun-filled activities? There is a wide variety of activities available across the UK and Europe. These include cliff jumping, swimming, and zip-wire experiences.
Some of the most popular stag do ideas involve a combination of beer babes and activity. Whether it’s a bike ride through Budapest or an experience-led bachelor hunt, you’ll want to find the perfect challenge to keep your group buzzing.
If you’re looking for a stag do idea that’s more adventurous, consider a cliff-jumping course, zip-wire experience, or caber tossing. In addition to being a fun activity, these challenges are also a great way to test your team’s skills.
If you’re a fan of Hungarian wine, you should consider a visit to the Tokaji Aszu winery. This famous wine originated from noble rot grapes. It’s very tasty, though some great writers have noted that it’s their favorite.
Wrapping It Up
A few different drinking games are a great way to test your stag’s coordination and teamwork. You’ll need a few beer mats, some beer, and a couple of cans. Set up a table with each cup in a pyramid shape at either end.
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