one bottle of beer on the wall…

posted October 27, 2015

c667f5e480605a4875c0e1075867b231                            Anheuser-Busch’s Brewery at 20th and Walnut-1894

The biggest beer conglomerate, Anheuser-Busch InBev, intends to gulp down the second biggest, SABMiller, leaving us with only one behemoth of brewing. The two mega-stouts of mass-marketing beer have agreed to a $104 billion dollar merger deal.

Read and listen more here via Jim Hightower.


lady justice brewing: a women-founded and operated, community-focused, philanthropic brewery

posted July 15, 2015

Support these ladies in their Indiegogo campaign!

The Impact

Lady Justice Brewing is unique. We are the world’s only solely women-founded and operated, community-focused, philanthropic brewery. Your support plays a crucial role in setting a new standard for brewing. Your support also lays our foundation to begin making positive change in the lives of women and girls in Colorado.

5 years ago, when this little dream was dreamed up, we never imagined it would become a reality. However, over the last 2 years, we have built a business plan, registered our company, met with community stakeholders and government services, scouted locations, created a new model for bringing industry and community together, brewed a whole lot of beer, and much, much more.

Today, you get to join us on this journey.  To be honest, the rest of this journey simply can’t happen without you. By supporting Lady Justice, you are joining our team. Together, we’ll make great beer for a better world.

A Little Bit of Background

Lady Justice Brewing Company is co-founded by Kate Power, Betsy Lay and Jen Cuesta. We are three women who share two crucial connections. First, we share a commitment to social justice work (we met while serving together in Americorps) and being a positive force in our communities. Second, we love good beer.
Lady Justice Brewing (or affectionately, Lady J) is a Community-Focused Philanthropic Brewery which will brew and sell beer. All profits of our beer sales, over cost, will be donated, through a grant-making process, to Colorado-based community organizations that promote the status and opportunity of women and girls. We will distribute our beer through a Community Supported Beer Share program, which allows customers to pay a monthly fee and have beer delivered to their doors. To learn more, visit Lady Justice Brewing’s Community Supported Beer Share web page.