Beer Ladies Podcast

Introducing our new Podcast!

After a few too many beers in Galway, six of us had a brilliant idea: to start a podcast! Throughout the pandemic lockdown, we’d gone from a group of ladies that met once a month, to a thriving online community with regular online and in-person meet-ups and even weekend trips. 

We shared the idea with the larger group and everyone got excited to pitch in – some wanted to do hosting, others preferred to be behind the scenes. What we all agreed on was that we have a bunch of interesting stories to talk about, and that sometimes the best things happen over a few beers. That, in essence, is what the Beer Ladies podcast will be: a few awesome women chatting each week, sometimes with a structure, other times not. We’ll also be video recording each episode which will be uploaded on YouTube.

We hope you’ll join us for a beer or two each week and we look forward to hearing from you!

Meet the Beer Ladies

I'm Hilary. My day job is in learning and development. I'm a fan of ales, Belgian-style beers, and ciders. I love traveling, reading, and cats.
Joanne: Nurse, beer drinker, baker, knitter. Occasional sea forager. Lover of cats. Also dogs.
I'm Thandi, a designer by day and wannabe beer judge by night. When I'm not designing, I am probably fermenting something or cooing over my cats. I have a soft spot for Saisons and anything with Oatmeal.
I'm Lisa, a transplanted American BJCP judge in Dublin who works in tech, but with a background in archaeology and archives. I write about beer history, run, wrangle my kids and/or cats, and drink too much tea when not on the beer. Milds and bitters are my jam.
I'm Bean, a handy Canadian living in Dublin since 2008. I like working in school gardens and community gardens, and have a particular interest in eating sustainably, which naturally involves any beer from stout to sour that's just-this-side-of-balanced.
I am Carolyn. Expat from Texas. Working in tech. I love beer, wine, gin, reality TV (Real Housewives or anything on Bravo is my favorite), cheesy Rom-Coms, and traveling. My favorite beers are hefeweizen, sours, and wheat beers.
I'm Christina. I have an obsession with beer history. Since finishing my PhD, I've been working away on a book about beer history in Ireland. Also a BJCP judge. And Founder/Pres. of Beer Ladies. Love Belgian beer. Yes, all of them.
I’m Sarah, a native Nashvillian living in Dublin. I work in digital marketing, and I am a knitter and craft beer enthusiast. I enjoy sours and saisons, but I like to try anything, especially local beers (and food!) when traveling.
I'm Katie, culchie turned city slicker. Lover of beer, Eurovision and terrible disaster movies. Hates WFH during a global pandemic.

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