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Celeste Beatty: The First African American Woman To Own A Brewery

Meet Celeste Beatty, the first African American woman to own a brewery in the United States. Her brand is called Harlem Brewing Company, and with it, she attempts to capture the legacy of Harlem and flavors of Africa.

One very cool factor is that the 125 IPA, is named after Harlem's famous 125th street.

Source: Insider 

 

 


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