Brew Pipeline, a direct-access platform between craft beverage producers and new markets, announced a new collaboration with Potosi Brewing Company and Pink Boots Society – Rosa Stiefel. German for ‘pink boots,’ this Hefeweizen made with real grapefruit will be available for a late summer release throughout the country.
Part of Brew Pipeline’s CAUSE program, $2 from every case sold will go toward Pink Boots Society’s scholarship program to assist, inspire and encourage women beer professionals to advance their careers through education. Distributors and retailers will have the opportunity to match the dollars per case donation, to accelerate fundraising.
“Working with Potosi to bring this collaboration to life was a no brainer,” says Steve Kwapil, CEO and co-founder of Brew Pipeline. “As a 501(c)(3) non-profit themselves, and with a mission to support educational based initiatives, we were eager to bring them on board. Many people don’t realize that in addition to brewing great craft beer, they are one of only a few breweries that channels all profits to charitable causes.”
“As with most things in the brewing industry, collaborations lead to great things and we are excited for this one,” says Laura Ulrich, president of Pink Boots Society. “Pink Boots Society is the premier organization for women beer professionals with the mission of assisting women to advance their careers through education and our ever-growing scholarship programs. The funds that will be raised from this collaboration with Brew Pipeline will directly impact women and the beer industry as a whole.”
Rosa Stiefel is available in 4-packs of 16 oz cans with a suggested retail price of $7.99-9.99, and in kegs. Prices vary due to promotions and individual state taxes. Product specs include:
- 4.5% ABV
- 8 IBUs
- Subtle grapefruit and wheat character on the nose, cloudy pour with orange hue