To celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day on 8 March, the incredible women of Young Henrys give you “FREE THE NEIPA” – a New England IPA, led by the women of Young Henrys all the way. The limited-edition brew will launch nation-wide on Friday, 6 March, with 10% of beer profits donated to Newtown-based women’s charity, Two Good Co.

Young Henrys brewers Carla Daunton and Michelle Hanrahan created the brew as part of the Young Henrys Brewer’s B-Side Series and called on all the women at Young Henrys to have a direct hand in brewing the beer. “FREE THE NEIPA” is a hazy, complex and fun NEIPA infused with the citrusy essence of bergamot, a key player in Earl Grey tea. Mixed with a motley crew of tropical, fruit-forward hops for a juicy, session-able beer made by women, enjoyed by everyone.

Young Henrys supports and celebrates women all year round, from the Young Henrys brew floor and lab, their sales warriors and bar staff, to local creatives, bands, hospitality mates and surrounding charities.

One charity that is particularly close to Young Henrys is the Newtown-based organisation Two Good Co. Two Good Co is a buy one, give one social enterprise that supports and employs vulnerable women, helping to rebuild their self-worth and independence. Through good food and good things, they share love and respect with those who have lived experience of domestic violence and homelessness. Through this partnership, Young Henrys has pledged to donate 10% of profits from “FREE THE NEIPA” to Two Good Co.

“FREE THE NEIPA” is available in bottle shops and venues nation-wide from Friday, March 6.

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