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March 27 | 2022

SheBrew Crew

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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

Principal Procrastinator

Lead  B.A.B. 



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

After attending the first year of SheBrew in 2014, Christine wanted to help the movement grow by adding services of anything design and marketing. By spreading awareness of what SHEBREW means through visual communication she believes community can come together more inclusively. Christine loves creating new soda concoctions with her son, circus arts, graphic design and one-wheeling down a vast Oregon beach. 



Gopher Safety Officer

Hillary (she/her) is the safety sage and all around loose end tyer. She will happily talk about her favorite mixed cultures, ciders, and meads if you let her. She loves untangling knots, organizing, and color coding all the things. 



Beer Ninja

While the beer may be brewed with crafty ingenuity, it still needs to hauled, coordinated and maintained into into the festival we all love to partake. 

As a professional homebrewer and event builder, the Ninja will be there for any need from the technical to the best hugs. 

For Press



Portland, OR - March 10, 2024 - SheBrew, the leading Female-Identified Professional and Amateur Beer and Cider Competition and Festival, is back in Portland for its 9th year on Sunday, March 10th. Organized by the Human Rights Campaign and the Oregon Brew Crew, this family-friendly event will take place at The Redd from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Showcasing over 40 female professional brewers and 10 homebrewers from the Pacific Northwest, SheBrew is a unique festival celebrating the talent of female-identified beer and cider crafters. Proudly presented by C.O.A.T. Flagging for the 6th consecutive year, SheBrew remains a 100% nonprofit event, with proceeds dedicated to supporting The Human Rights Campaign in their pursuit of Equality.

The SheBrew Festival acts as a nexus for female-identified Professional and Homebrewers, offering a space for networking, craft beverage sharing, and interaction with consumers. Anticipating over a thousand attendees, the festival promises an immersive experience with favorite beverages, connections with brewers, and encounters with influential beverage makers. General admission is priced at $30 pre-sale and $35 at the door, including a commemorative SheBrew tasting glass, a punch card for "People's Choice" homebrew voting, and an annual HRC membership. VIP tickets are available for $65, providing additional perks such as ten raffle tickets, and early entry and access to both sessions.

The festival will boast two women-owned food carts—Salvi PDX and Hearth & Soul Pizza—alongside local women vendors. Soda and games will add to the family entertainment.

About SheBrew

SheBrew, a beer festival spotlighting female-identified beer and cider makers in Portland, Oregon, is scheduled for Sunday, March 10th, 2024, at The Redd from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., with two sessions: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. VIP admission begins an hour early. The SheBrew National Competition for amateur female-identified homebrewers will precede the event, with the "Best in Show" winner announced at the festival. The winner will have the opportunity to collaborate with Natalie Baldwin of Wayfinder Beer. Attendees can sample and vote on homebrews for the People’s Choice, and the winner gets to brew with Madeleine McCarthy of Von Ebert Brewing. For additional information, visit the festival website at

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