Known for their relaxing and inviting atmosphere, cheerful patrons, and delicious libations, breweries are soaring in popularity. Whether you’re looking for a unique date night idea or a new place to gather with your friends, check out some of these must-visit Black-owned breweries.
Cajun Fire Brewing Company
This New Orleans-based brewery uses local produce to make their highly acclaimed brews. Their list of beers includes the Big Chief Stout and the Honey Ale. For now, their beers can be found at local festivals and craft beer events. The company hopes to be in local retailers soon.
18th Street Brewery
The 18th street Brewery was once a home brewery and now is the second largest brewery in Indiana. Their list of beers includes Devi’s Cup: Pale Ale, Brothers of Feathers IPA and many more.
Featuring beers inspired by West Africa, this brewery combines culture and craft. Their beer list includes the Hypebiscus Pale Ale.
The First Black Woman To Own
A Brewery In The US
Celeste Beatty is the first African American woman to own a craft brewery in the United States. Harlem Brewing Company was founded in 2000 and is one of the few black-owned microbreweries in the US. We visited Celeste in her “brewdio,” and she showed us how she brews at home.
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