As the vibrant leaves of autumn begin to fall, so does a sense of excitement and anticipation in the air. September 22nd marks a special day for Liquid Intrusion Brewing, as it's the one-year anniversary of their official entry into the market!
What makes this anniversary even more remarkable is that Liquid Intrusion Brewing is not just any brewery – it's Prince George's County's first black-owned brewery, making waves and breaking barriers in the world of craft beverages.
The founders, Jasmine and Andrew have used their platform to celebrate diversity. They are determined to move the needle in a predominantly African American county, with the goal of making a significant impact in promoting greater diversity within the craft beer industry not only nationwide, but also on a global scale.
Despite not having a brick-and-mortar location, Liquid Intrusion Brewing has managed to immerse themselves into the DMV community. Andrew boasts a wealth of knowledge and experience in many aspects of the beer industry, including serving, sales, distribution, and beer education. However, learning how to brew remained the last unexplored frontier for him.
Fate took a kind turn when he was generously given a complete homebrewing kit by the family of a late US Air Force veteran. Jasmine and Andrew then designed a few recipes to see the results, and the results were much more than they expected! Now, a star was born in Liquid Intrusion Brewing Company.
As we approach September 22nd, let's raise our glasses in celebration of Liquid Intrusion Brewing Company. Here's to a year of breaking barriers, crafting exceptional brews, and giving back to the community.
Cheers to Liquid Intrusion Brewing and the exciting chapters yet to come!
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