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MARQUETTE — The Barley’s Angels U.P. chapter hosted an event at the Blackrocks Brewery Production Facility in Marquette.
Now, the Barley’s Angels are not a drinking club, but an organization for women to enhance the education and appreciation of craft beer.
This international organization provides an outlet for like-minded women to network and sip local brews.
Kylie Bunting, Founder, Barley’s Angels U.P. Chapter said, “It’s just a great, fun, laid back opportunity to hang out with ladies who like craft beer or who are exploring craft beer and just a fun thing for people to do, so I think that just having a fun opportunity to go out and hang out with some fellow ladies and learn something new, but in an environment that’s not too intimidating. It’s a super laid back environment. There’s no fee to be part of the organization. You just pay per event, so once you come to one of our events, you’re considered a forever Barley’s Angel.“
During the event, attendees experienced a guided tour of the production facility and a tasting of Blackrocks staples and new brews.
The Barley’s Angels U.P. chapter host quarterly events at breweries and craft beer bars across the Upper Peninsula.
For more information on the Barley’s Angels U.P. Chapter, click here.