A global inclusive community for all women in beer.
The Beer Babes Family™ is a charitable organization.
Read our business proclamation here.
We are an online community and a no tolerance for online bullying platform. We strive to support and positively engage all women in the beer community. This includes the casual beer drinkers to the highest level of brewers, Cicerones and Beer Judges. We work with breweries around the world to brew beer to raise money to assist women in the beer industry.
Our most recent collaboration:
Babe Brew™ 10
The Beer Babes Family™ is a charitable organization that works with breweries around the world to brew Babe Brew™. Funds raised from portions of the sales of Babe Brew will be collected and awarded in the form of grants. Grants will be awarded to women who currently own, or are in the process of opening, breweries or taprooms; or to women pursuing education through the Cicerone Program, Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP), brewing or fermentation school, or other similar opportunities in the beer industry.
Babe Brew™ is a series of beer dedicated to the women of our personal lives and of the world: who inspire us, push us, make us think deeper, mentor us and lead by example. To the women who break rules and norms, speak their truth with compassion, live each day with unapologetic confidence, and champion equality for all.
Our first three collaboration beers were called Girl Crush.
In 2022, we re-branded our collaborations to be called Babe Brew™.
Meet the Babes
monthly shout outs
The women behind the brand
Roxane is a founder of the Beer Babes Family. She is a graduate sommelier based in Montreal and she is the COO of Saint Houblon Microbrasserie located in Montreal. She now focuses on the international beer community and women's equality in the brewing industry.
Rachel is a founder of the Beer Babes Family. She is a historian and Certified Cicerone. She is a beer educator and marketing manager at Bone Haus Brewing in Fountain Hills, Arizona. She talks about beer history on various podcasts and YouTube, and she teaches Beer School at Bone Haus and also for private events. Visit her website HERE.
Janet hails from the Windy City, but now calls the Capital of Craft home. She can be found sippin’ stouts around San Diego and is the co-host of the Gumbo Mudd Dark Beer Review on YouTube. Janet has designed labels for domestic and international breweries and meaderies and her designs earned her finalist and runner up positions in design label competitions.