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Julianna Pierandozzi of 3 Sheeps Brewing is a Women’s Month initiative co-founder.

SHEBOYGAN – In celebration of Women’s History Month, 3 Sheeps Brewing has introduced two new beers: Fresh Coast with Galaxy and Wai-iti, and 1987: The 2023 Pink Boots Collaboration Beer.

3 Sheeps is one of nine Midwest breweries participating in a month-long event to raise awareness about women in the brewing industry.

The collaboration, which includes 23 events taking place in Wisconsin from March 1-31, will also raise funds for the Sojourner Family Peace Center, the state’s largest nonprofit provider of domestic violence intervention and prevention services.

According to Julianna Pierandozzi, Sales Representative for 3 Sheeps and Women’s Month initiative co-founder, the collaboration is a perfect way to both expand female presence in the brewing industry and raise money for a great cause.

“As more awareness is raised, the more participants we have leading this charge allowing us to continue to grow, expand and command attention in our industry. With the dual purpose initiative - awareness for females in the industry and fundraising for a worthy cause - we are encouraged by the support, growth and camaraderie,” said Pierandozzi.

Fresh Coast with Galaxy and Wai-iti is a new take on one of 3 Sheeps’ signature beers, Fresh Coast Pale Ale. The variation includes galaxy and wai-iti hops to give an extra boost of juiciness to the popular beer.

1987, which is named for the year Women’s History Month was established, is a hazy IPA with peach, raspberry, and a special blend of hops. The beer was led by Kate Robinson, a member of 3 Sheeps cellar team.

“Leading this brew was very meaningful to me. We have an incredible group of ladies at 3 Sheeps working in production, sales, and our taproom, and we were all extremely excited to drive the creation and production of this beer from beginning to end.”

“We wanted to make a beer that represented us and also 3 Sheeps, and that would help raise a lot of money for a great organization that does so much good for women in need. This was my first chance to create a beer, and I am very proud of how it turned out,” said Robinson.

Both new beers will be available in 3 Sheeps Tap Room this month, and at special Women’s Month events. For more information about 3 Sheeps, visit 3sheepsbrewing.com.

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