Original brewers were women, women wearing hats and using cauldrons. Imagine that, that’s a fun fact I learned from Kasey Schwartz. Kasey is one of the few female brewers in the country and is a founding partner at Broken Bow Brewery in New York. We talk about the realities of being a female brewer and the resilience that carries Kasey through. The brewery has been in operation for 8 years and in the insane year of 2020 they pivoted in ways they couldn’t have imagined.
Often met with bias in everyday interactions, Kasey shares how she handles these situations in a way that educates people. Also, her unique perspective on how her work is allowing her to fulfill her purpose. We wrap up with advice for a new generation of women who want to take on unique careers. From an exercise called a daily gut check, to the alcohol trend you never saw coming and Kasey’s IG handle, we have some good laughs on this episode.
Prior to the opening of Broken Bow Brewery, Kasey earned her B.S. in Biological Sciences, with a minor in Biomedical Engineering and a focus on Neuroscience from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. During the first year in business, Kasey earned an associate’s degree in Advanced Brewing Theory from the Siebel Institute of Technology in Chicago.
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