Barley’s Angels Womens Beer Tasting Event 2/20

Join Lisa “Beer Goddess” Morrison, author of the upcoming book Craft Beers of the Pacific Northwest and host of the weekly radio show, “Beer O’Clock!,” for the first-ever meeting of the Beer O’Clock Chapter of Barley’s Angels — a worldwide organization intent on helping women chart their own good-beer journeys.

We will taste and compare at least six beers, pairing them with some fantastic snacks, learning a bit about recent developments regarding beer as a healthy addition to your diet. This will be held in the new brewery at Fort George, so there will also be a brewery tour and you can learn first-hand how beer is brewed.

Toronto … London … Astoria! This ladies-only gathering marks the official worldwide launch of Barley’s Angels, as chapters in Toronto, Canada; and London, England, are also holding their first Barley’s Angels meetings on the same weekend! Be a part of beer herstory!

Date: Sunday, Feb. 20, 2-5 p.m.Where: Fort George Brewing’s New Brewery, 1483 Duane St., Astoria, OR

Cost: $35 per person, available now at Fort George. This event is always a sell-out, so get your tickets today! E-mail Erin@fortgeorgebrewery.com or stop in Fort George to sign up.

Questions? Call 503 325-PINT

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