An extra special
Learn to Homebrew Day
event is happening this weekend,
welcoming BIPOC (black, indigenous, and people of color) and
underrepresented craft beer lovers and brewers to the hobby!

Headless Mumby
(Olympia, Washington) is hosting a Learn to Homebrew
Day event at their brewery on November 7, 2020 for BIPOC women.
This event will provide underrepresented groups within the
community a safe space to learn about homebrewing by collectively
brewing a batch of lager beer. The idea for Headless Mumby Brewing
Company was born out of the local homebrew club in Olympia
Washington by two guys with a crazy idea to only brew lagers.
Homebrewing has remained a strong part of their company culture and
homebrewers some of their strongest supporters. Because they strive
to make their taproom/brewery open and welcoming to everyone, they
have decided to dedicate time and space to increasing diversity and
inclusion in their local community.

The size of the brew day will be kept small for both COVID-19
restrictions and to ensure that everyone gets hands-on experience
and time for discussion but there are still spots available. For
more information, see their
event page
or email [email protected].

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Washington brewery hosting BIPOC-focused Learn to Homebrew Day

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