Less than two days after a recent petition lead by a well-known food blogger, got over 44,000 signatures, both AB and Miller Coors have released their beer’s ingredients – and they’re decidedly not shocking.
Carla Jean Lauter is a craft beer lover and investigator of all things beer-related. She started a craft beer website and blog www.thebeerbabe.com in 2007, sharing her thoughts as she explored what was new in beer, as well as brewery visits, trips and "beer adventures." Moving to Portland in 2009, she found herself surrounded by the Maine beer community and has been exploring it ever since.In her writing, Carla profiles craft beer (and some mead and cider, too) being brewed in New England, as well as looks into the people, places and stories behind the beer that makes the community so vibrant. Join Carla on her beer adventures for advice on where to get the best, newest, and most interesting fermented drinks around.Her writing can be found on MaineToday.com, in The Bollard (Portland, ME), and online at The Beer Babe. She is also part of a weekly beer-focused video podcast, Seacoast Beverage Lab and a regular guest on the 94.3 WCYY (Portland, ME) Morning Show... Show.
[The challenges] come from the public or other folks in the industry who assume that as a woman working for a brewery, I must be in sales or marketing. There is absolutely nothing wrong with working in sales or marketing, but the fact that it never crosses their mind that I could be the brewer is the problem.Megan Parisi, Head Brewer, Wormtown Brewery in Women in Beer: Stereotypes, Challenges and Visions of the Future with Ladies of Local Brewing (Dig Boston)