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It’s Women On Tap CIC week 🤘🍺🥳 From Wednesday we’ll have a tasty selection of kegs and cans heading out in store celebrating women in the beer industry. Open to all, so please do come in to buy and try (all available drink in and/or takeout, as we do!). Spending your money at our 100% female-owned beer shop is hugely appreciated 🙏 it means we can continue to champion all the good things we do here at Hop Hideout. We will share more daily on the breweries and beers. Then on Thursday evening it’s our collaborative Living in Sheffield Women’s Beer Tasting. Here’s a shout out to Livia Barreira, who runs Living In Sheffield, amongst many other excellent things! She’s a journalist by trade and has recently released her book ‘Living in Sheffield: Our Journey as Migrant Women’. We can’t wait to host collaboratively with her on our first joint event. Give her a follow on socials as she’s an inspiring powerhouse of a person ✨ Another shout out goes to Rachel Auty, a dedicated beer professional, speaker and founder of WOT. It’s the UK’s dedicated annual beer and arts festival celebrating women in beer. It promotes equality and diversity in the brewing industry and engages with consumers too. Women On Tap has been running since 2017, and this year launched nationally with seven partners - Beers Without Beards, Brum Beer Babs, Crafty Beer Girls, Glass Ladies Beer Society, Laura Hadland, She Drinks Beer and us, Hop Hideout. We’ve put the link below so you can check and follow all the folks, plus see the festival programme and further info. https://www.womenontap.co.uk/2023-national-partners We’ve proudly supported and donated over the years to this brilliant event. Long may it continue to thrive. But with that in mind please support in whatever way you can, for example - spread the good word in person and online, attend an event - there’s pay what you feel events online this year too, buy beer, buy WOT merch, donate to WOT. Cheers 🍺