Join us for the release of our latest beer, Ekuanot Sit With Us Pale Ale. Like the hops from which we took its name (pronounced Ee-kwa-not, for those of you wondering), this summery pale ale is light and citrusy with notes of tropical fruits and herbal aromas.
Join us for the release of the KY chapter of the Pink Boots Society's first collaboration brew, HopTarts tart NEIPA! This kettle-soured IPA was brewed using an exclusive Pink Boots hop blend, and was brewed by women from Dry Ground Brewing Company, Paducah Beer Werks, Hopkinsville Brewing Company and Henderson Brewing Company.
The Pink Boots Society (PBS) is a non-profit organization with international membership which supports women working in the brewing profession, especially in creating craft beer. The organization helps women brewers meet mentors, have the opportunity to network with other women in the profession and raises awareness of women in brewing. PBS also encourages women brewers to further their education and helps teach the skills needed to become beer judges. PBS raises money for scholarships for women to continue their education in brewing. There are around 1,800 members across the world. All members must be women and have some type of career in the brewing world or related to beer and beer-making.
We're honored to have been asked to design a beer inspired by this year's Big Read selection, "Station Eleven," by Emily St. John Mandel. This limited-edition saison is light and a little sweet, brewed with lemon balm pulled from our own gardens and twelve pounds of local honey.
One dollar from each pint will support future Big Read programs in Hopkinsville.
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