Jul 21, 2020
Brewing education is expensive, and it’s often difficult for
entrepreneurs who are Black, indigenous and people of color to
secure capital. These hurdles often keep women and people of color
out of beer, an industry that’s long been dominated by white men.
This week’s panelists are working to provide scholarships, hands-on
experience or business loans to people who want to enter the beer
Brooklyn Brewery brewmaster Garrett Oliver, Tired Hands co-owner Julie Foster and brewer Christina Alleva, Boston Beer director of partnerships Jennifer Glanville and Chula Vista Brewery founder and owner Tim Parker discuss how their organizations and companies are working to break down barriers to entry in the beer industry for underrepresented groups.