March 27 | 2022
MEDIA INQUIRIES AND GENERAL QUESTIONS
BRAND ASSETS AND GUIDLINES
Senior Brand Facilitator
Shannon is the Area Representative and serves on the National Board of governors for the Human Rights Campaign serving Oregon and S.W. Washington.
This will be Shannon's third year as SheBrew Festival Coordinator alongside Jenn. After Shannon has enjoyed some amazing craft beer she likes to describe herself as follows:
Chief Change Creator
Human Rights Heroine
Primary Pilsner Popper
Master Micro Manager
Jenn's main role is finding all of the badass womxn brewers and cider makers and running the sister event, the largest female homebrew competition in the nation. An award winning homebrewer, cat herder (volunteer coordinator) for many beer events, she is also half of the McPolanders, a homebrewing wife/husband team that has brewed at a dozen local breweries around town and can be found at countless beer events and festivals making sure the beer is flowing and the people are happy. In her "spare" time she loves to travel the globe and spoil her two lovely cats, Namaste & Olive.
Chief Creative Agent
Christine attended the first SheBrew in 2013 and wanted to help the movement grow by adding services of anything design and marketing. She re-branded SHEBREW with logo and website and handled anything that can be printed for fundraising. By spreading awareness of what SHEBREW means through visual communication she believes community can come together more inclusively. Christine loves dress up bike rides, climbing mountains and teaching her 9 year old how to brew (homebrew sodas).
THE OREGON BREW CREW AND THE HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN 8th ANNUAL SHEBREW BEER FESTIVAL AND HOMEBREW COMPETITION RETURNS TO PORTLAND
Annual Homebrew Festival and Competition Celebrates Female-Identified Pro-AmFemale Professional and amatuer Brewers in a Family Friendly Event
PORTLAND, OR – Shebrew, - the national premiere Female-Identified Professional and Amateur Beer and Cider Competition and Festival – returns to Portland for its 8th year on Sunday, March 5th. The festival will be presented by the Human Rights Campaign and the Oregon Brew Crew and is being hosted at The Redd on Salmon, Portland from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event will feature more than 40 female professional brewers and 6 homebrewers from around the Pacific Northwest. Created to highlight and showcase the work of female-identified purveyors of beers and ciders, Shebrew is a family-friendly festival with food, tastings and entertainment. The Presenting sponsor is woman owned C.O.A.T. Flagging for the 4th year. SheBrew is 100% nonprofit, all proceeds go to The Human Rights Campaign to fight for Equality.
Shebrew Festival is a place of empowerment for female-identified Professional and homebrewers where community members come together to network, share their craft beverages, and interact with consumers. More than a thousand people are expected to gather at the festival to enjoy their favorite beverages, interact with their favorite brewers, meet other brewers from around the United States, and engage with influential beverage makers. A full list of participants can be found on the event website as well as information to attend the festival.
Professional Brewers at SheBrew include: Natalie Baldwin from Breakside, Lisa Allen from Heater Allen, Sonia-Marie Leikam from Leikam Brewing, Anna Buxton & Anne Aviles from Steeplejack, Madeleine McCarthy from Von Ebert, Jen Kent ad Lindsey Repp from McMenamins, Tonya Cornett and Whitney Burnside from 10 Barrel, and more. General admission into the event is thirty dollars pre sale, thirty-five dollars at the door and includes a commemorative SheBrew tasting glass, punch card to sample and vote for “People's Choice” homebrew, and an annual HRC membership. Additionally, VIP tickets are available for sixty dollars and provide all of the general admission benefits plus a SheBrew or HRC t-shirt, ten raffle tickets and early admission to the event.
There will be womxn owned food carts, as well as a small number of local vendors. There will also be soda and games to keep the whole family entertained.
This festival will support the Human Rights Campaign and the Oregon Brew Crew and will be held on Sunday, March 5th, 2023 at The Redd on Salmon, Portland from 12pm to 7pm. The Shebrew National Competition for amateur female-identified homebrewers takes place the weekend before the event. The “Best in Show” winner that will have the opportunity to collaborate with Natalie Baldwin at Breakside will be announced at the Shebrew Festival. Additional Information for the Shebrew Festival, competition and found at the festival website www.shebrew.beer