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Pint Size Prints
Pint Size Prints was born from my passion projects of craft beer + photography+ community.
I love exploring beer tones through the lens as I capture the relationship between darkness and light.
11% Bourbon Barrel-aged in a single Wild Turkey bourbon barrel with that year’s brew of Repeating Trajectories, letting it rest for over a year.
Trillium has been a barrel-list brewery of mine. First, I feel I love with their label designs, then their beer, and now their community activism.
Brewed by my favorite, local brewery, McCalls. They are the first woman-opened brewery of the Lehigh Valley
Do What's Right! I love Maine Beer Company for their motto and their beer. They are constantly striving to help their community and the planet without compromising on their integrity.
Throwback is a women-owned, farm-to-table brewery that I visit ever year when I go to New Hampshire. It was hoppenstance that I found this place.
I wait all year for the epic release of Troeg's Nugget Nectar and all the new art surrounding the beer release. It has been a movement in the beer and art industry.
I went Coast to Coast with this photo showcasing an East Coast brewery in a West Coast brewery beer glass.
This brewery's logo is fun and creative. I randomly picked this beer up and new I had to do a photoshoot with it.
Easily one of my favorite breweries. Founded by two Native American women who are masterminds behind the art work and brews. I love everything they do!
A unique alder-smoked lager brewed with a heavy smoke-intense flavor. This beer is for the curious and seeker of the unknown.
A fun, holiday beer at 7%. Had a piney/earthy flavor that is perfect for holidays and haze.
A brewery known for their extra dry, double hopped beers. Their New York location lead brewer is a Latina Woman and that is very inspiring.
This beer is a collaborate beer breweries by many around the country as a collective effort to stop racism and sexism within the industry. What began as an honest post by @ratmagnet on IG, has spurred into movement to change the culture.
A collaborative beer with Free Will and Erin Wallace (another brewer). I had this while I met with Erin at her restaurant location The Devil's Den in Philly. She is now the Pink Boot's chapter president for the Philadelphia area.
A perfect rye IPA for any day of the week. Brewed by the amazing Urban Village in Philadelphia
A hazy, tropical IPA at 6.3%. Taking on location at their brewery under the ever-bright yellow tent you can spot a mile away.
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