WITCH HUNT PARTNERS
Our partners support Witch Hunt’s mission by hosting educational events and providing knowledge and resources to group participants.
Hop Law represents breweries, distilleries, and wineries in Minnesota and around the country. The lawyers at Hop Law work hard to make sure their clients get the guidance and services they need to open and operate successful businesses. The firm, for example, has successfully argued on behalf of clients with respect to regulatory, trademark, and employment matters. The lawyers at Hop Law are passionate about the craft beverage industry and it shows in how they represent their clients in this industry.
INDEED BREWING COMPANY
Indeed’s Tina Spurr lead the Witch Hunt group through the organic process of Indeed’s Wooden Soul beers. Indeed is a full-scale production brewery with an artfully eclectic line-up of distinctive flagship beers, well-loved seasonal releases, and adventurous specialty brews. Its diverse offerings are anchored by its flagship Day Tripper Pale Ale, year-round beers Lucy Session Sour and B-Side Pils, and the Wooden Soul series of wild, sour, and barrel-aged beer.
Fair state brewing cooperative
On October 9, 2017, at Fair State Brewing Cooperative, the crew came together to craft The WitchHunt — a Cascadian dark ale that eventually became the group’s namesake. Fair State has built a reputation on crisp lagers and unique sours while maintaining a wide range of brews. Based in Northeast Minneapolis, Fair State Brewing Cooperative operates with a strong emphasis on community through volunteerism, fundraising, and the democratic involvement of nearly 1,400 members.
MINNESOTA CRAFT BREWERS GUILD
The Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild was founded in 2000 to promote local breweries, create an open line of communication between brewers, and showcase local craft beer at our events throughout the year. We provide resources on workplace safety, tax credit opportunities, and management best practices.
surly brewing company
February 10, Surly Brewing Company hosted Witch Hunt participants at Surly’s original Brooklyn Center facility. This time, instead of a handful of women, there were 38-plus—as well as a few men, some there to help brew; all there because they, too, wanted in on the conversation about gender equality in the beer world.