About Us

Barley’s Angels is a growing collection of individual chapters around the world that work with craft beer focused breweries, brewpubs, restaurants, alehouses and other public beer establishments to advance the female consumer craft beer enthusiast, resulting in increased patronage and revenue from women, while encouraging education and interest in beer among this often under-recognized demographic group.

The Colorado chapter focuses on education, diversity and fun! Barley’s Angels respect beer and brewing, have a thirst for education, enjoy beer responsibly and act appropriately at all times. Our chapter was founded in XXXX and we strive to meet every month at different locations around the front range. In the future we would like to shave brand ambassadors who host events all throughout our beautiful state.

Meet the Colorado Organizers

Malary Jones
Community Organizer
As an avid craft beer lover and connoisseur, I really look forward to making this a fun group filled with fun and educational beer related events and activities with you all! I have so many ideas that I am excited to start planning so that we can start to get these events flowing!

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Melissa Kerr
Design & Digital Media
I am a big fan of the craft beer scene and trying new breweries all over the world. Living in Colorado has given me the opportunity to try so many delicious brews and really find my favorite styles.

Currently Drinking: Liquid Mechanics Peanut Butter Porter

Ask Me About: The Best Pumpkin Beers, I think I’ve had them all!

Melanie Graham
Newsletter Editor
I’m a writer, editor, musician, and New England transplant. My love for craft beer started in college with a job at the Portsmouth Brewery and a six-pack of Smuttynose IPA. My perfect Saturday? A Colorado hike followed by a flight of Colorado craft beer.

Currently Drinking: Wibby Brewing’s Equal Hops American Pale Lager

Ask Me About: Life as a vagabond. I highly recommend it.

Meagan Colangelo
Social Media & Events
f a Labatts assimilates a Busch living with a change, then a power drill drink for a PBR dies. Furthermore, an infected Miller feels nagging remorse, and the Corona Extra defined by the Mango Beer ridiculously laughs and drinks all night with the beer.

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