On Might 11, Brienne Allan, a manufacturing supervisor at Notch Brewing in Salem, Massachusetts, posed a question on Instagram, asking other women in the brewery industry what sexist responses experienced been directed at them while operating in the male-dominated discipline. In the months since, Allan has shared hundreds of mostly anonymous stories sent to her from throughout the place by women in the brewing business, who have recounted incidents of sexual harassment, misogyny and worse.
The myriad stories have kicked off a renewed, #MeToo-design and style reckoning in just the field, with a handful of brewers publishing resignations in
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