Yellow Dog has plenty of depth in the brewing department and the inaugural Siris cask event is no different when it comes to showcasing the talent of women brewers in Vancouver’s lower mainland.
Three of Yellow Dog Brewing’s own have designed, created, and casked their very first brew in the Siris Cask Fest, which is the first event of its kind in the area that is intended to celebrate the underacknowledged brewing prowess of BC’s women in the craft beer industry.
Sophie, Jes, and Marni of Yellow Dog Brewing’s new and improved tasting room have taken the task of producing the cask that will be the premiere brew from Yellow Dog of the Siris Cask Fest. Up to this point, their talents have been strictly front of house with their brewing experience being tasting, understanding and learning about the local craft beer and the craft beer scene. They’ve had a positive impact from their current vantage point being in key positions in the tasting room, but in hearing about the Siris Cask Fest, they’ve quite passionately taken it upon themselves to strive for the excellence that has become synonymous with Yellow Dog’s brewing program.
With strong support from the entire brewery, they’ve been given cart blanche on everything from scheduling the brew, sourcing ingredients, and the style of beer and flavor profile that is the makeup of their vision of their first ever brew.
The entire Yellow Dog family is excited for them and cheering them on from behind the scenes and can’t wait to hoist a few in honour of the Siris event and the first of many brews by the talented and knowledgeable women of Yellow Dog Brewing Co.