26 Feb

4 Years and a few Beers

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4 short years ago, a group of girls got together at Upland’s Tasting Room in South Broad Ripple for a fun tasting. Who knew it’d grow into a pretty great network of ladies and people who support what we love; craft beer.

We thought it would be fun to outline some of our adventures over the last 4 years. Of course, as soon as we began doing that, we realized there was so much to cover it would take forever, so here are a few photos from our adventures over the last 4 years! Regardless, we definitely couldn’t have made this possible without the countless supporters who have stuck by us and encouraged us to have a pint. This one is for you. Cheers!

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02 Jan

Resolution: Become Involved in Girls Pint Out

Guinness Perfect Pour Event

Guinness Perfect Pour EventWhat is Girls Pint Out?

Maybe you randomly saw a Girls Pint Out sticker on a bathroom mirror, you were at a bar as an event was taking place, or you liked us on Facebook/followed us on Twitter because it was suggested to you. As our tagline states, “We’re gals into grolsch. Ladies into lagers. Princesses into pilsners. Angels of ale. You get the idea.” But, what does that mean? .

We are ladies who love good beer – and we love planning events to enjoy drinking good beer! Events are educational, charitable, and/or social. They are at breweries, bars, and any other place in between where beer is or can be served. Events are as diverse as the chapters that plan them and the ladies that attend them!

There is no membership process. There is no secret code to get in the door. It doesn’t matter if you have just ventured into the world of IPAs and stouts, or consider yourself an old craft beer drinking pro. Unless the event information states otherwise, to “join Girls Pint Out” you merely show up and join us for a pint.

Rock'n'Pint at Black Acre BrewerySo…how do I get involved? 

1. Be social media savvy. Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Each Girls Pint Out chapter also has its own Twitter and Facebook account, e.g. Indianapolis’ accounts are @ingirlspintout, and www.facebook.com/indygpo/.

2. Have information emailed directly to you. Sign up for Girls Pint Out updates here. Again, chapters also may have their own newsletter. You can sign up for Indiana’s monthly newsletter here.

3. Join us for a beer! Now that you know what is going on with Girls Pint Out, come to events! Make friends with other women interested in the beer scene. Get further involved in your local beer community by volunteering with Girls Pint Out at beer events. We promise, it’s all in good fun.

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22 Oct

Sin & Tonic: A Collaboration with New Belgium

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You know who’s awesome? The folks over at New Belgium Brewing who let one of our Co-Founders, Jenn Litz come in an brew a beer with them. It’s called Sin & Tonic and as you guessed, it’s a spin on Gin & Tonic. So, pretty cool, right? What’s better is that the guys at NBB agreed to let us simultaneously tap S&T in 8 different states. This is happening tomorrow! Find it in your area and have a pint with us. If you’re not able to make it, you can join in with us through our Google+ Hangout. New Belgium’s Co-Founder Kim Jordan will join us for a Q&A Segment and Jenn and I will be chatting with other chapters about the brew and GPO. We’ll be using the hashtag #SINwithGPO on Facebook and Twitter so you’re able to find us online.
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Denver, Colorado - 6:00 p.m. at Local 46 – 4586 Tennyson St. For further information please contact co@girlspintout.com

Grand Rapids, Michigan - 8:00 p.m. at HopCat – 25 Ionia Avenue SW #100. For further information please contact mi@girlspintout.com

Houston, Texas - 7:00 p.m. at The Flying Saucer – 705 Main St. For further information please contact tx@girlspintout.com

Indianapolis, Indiana - 8:00 p.m. at Mass Avenue Pub – 745 Massachusetts Ave. For further information please contact in@girlspintout.com

Minneapolis, Minnesota - 7:00 p.m. at Muddy Waters – 2933 Lyndale Ave South. For further info please contact mn@girlspintout.com

Raleigh, North Carolina - 7:00 p.m. at Tasty Beverage – 327 W. Davie Street. For further information please contact nc@girlspintout.com Tucson, Arizona - 5:00 p.m. at Tap & Bottle – 403 N 6th Ave. For further information please contact az@girlspintout.com

New York City, New York -6:30 p.m. at Alewife – 5-14 51st Avenue, Long Island City. For info, please contact ny@girlspintout.com


A casual conversation between New Belgium Brewing and beer industry writer Jennifer Litz of Craft Business Daily has resulted in a rare, one-off beer based on the flavor profile of a classic gin & tonic cocktail. Made with quinine and lime, Litz and New Belgium’s collaborative “Sin & Tonic” will be simultaneously tapped at eight bars across the country on Wednesday, October 23, starting at 8:00 p.m. EST. Girls’ Pint Out, a group dedicated to fostering women’s appreciation of craft beer, will host the events and New Belgium CEO and co-founder Kim Jordan will join via live streaming video.

Jennifer Litz, who traveled to New Belgium to brew Sin & Tonic on the brewery’s 10-barrel pilot system, will also join the event online.

“New Belgium was one of the first craft breweries that blew my socks off with seriously quirky and innovative brews,” said Litz. “So when we started chatting about a collaboration beer, I knew they’d be up for something completely different – like a craft take on a gin & tonic. I think the end result really tastes a little like a gin & tonic and a lot like beer. It’s definitely different. And I hope it glows in the dark.”

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11 Oct

Double the Fun on the GPO Nashville Brew Bus

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Nashville GPOWhat’s more fun than a GPO chapter gathering? Getting two chapters together for a Brew Bus tour! Recently, The Memphis chapter made the trek up I-40 to Middle TN to join the Nashville chapter for an afternoon of socializing and brewery tours. We checked out four Nashville breweries, and two weren’t even open to the public yet! We started our adventure at the Flying Saucer in downtown Nashville where we met up with our tour guide, Tara Shields from Nashville Brew Bus. Her husband, Johnny, usually leads the tours but they decided it would be fun to having her lead our all-girl event. She did a wonderful job!

yazoo2We started at Yazoo Brewing Company with a tour led by the founder, Linus Hall. Yazoo is Nashville’s oldest brewery and just celebrated its 10th anniversary. Linus gave us a look at the brewery and bottling line while filling our tasting glasses with samples of Dos Perros (Mexican dark ale), Yazoo Pale Ale, and Yazoo Hefeweizen. As a special treat our group got to sample a seasonal beer, “Lange Sommer”, a tart, refreshing Berliner Weisse from their “Embrace the Funk” series.


jackalopeOur next stop was Jackalope,Tennessee’s first female-run commercial brewery. Jackalope is owned by two wonderful ladies, Bailey Spaulding and Robyn Virball, and their good friend, Steve Wright. Steve kept us laughing while showing us around the brewhouse and gave us a taste of Bearwalker (a maple brown) and Casper the Friendly Gose. After the tour we moved to the cozy taproom to enjoy some pints and snacks.

Next we went to the new Tennessee Brew Works and were lucky enough to get a sneak peek at their very first brewing session on their brand new equipment! Tennessee Brew Works was founded by Christian Spears and Garr Schwartz, and they’ve had their hands full turning an old printing warehouse into a state of the art brewery and an impressive two-level taproom. Garr took a few minutes out of his busy brew day to give us details about the operation and a taste of two beers, the Extra Easy Ale, an ESB, and the Cutaway IPA.

blackabbeyOur last tour of the day was The Black Abbey Brewing Company, another new brewery in Nashville. Two of the three founders, Carl Meier and John Owen, welcomed us into the large brewery/taproom space, which is one of the most unique we’ve seen in Nashville. Black Abbey takes its inspiration from Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation and includes unusual touches like gothic arches, church pews, and lighting that was reclaimed from a little church in East Tennessee. Their system was not online yet but they still had a couple of their beers for us to sample. We tried The Champion, a tasty APA and, Guy Fawkes, an English Brown Ale and a real crowd pleaser. As much as the ladies enjoyed the beers, the real fun started when Carl and John brought out the Black Abbey merch! It was a flurry of shirts, tulip glasses and credit cards until it was time to head back to the bus.

saucerWe ended the tour back at the Flying Saucer with a pint and appetizers, the perfect ending to an amazing day! We’re so glad the Memphis ladies were able to join up with us and we hope that we can make the drive out to Memphis soon so they can show us around their wonderful city as well!

(Big thanks to Cynthia Crowe of Memphis GPO for the pics!)

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10 Oct

4 Colorado Beers to Buy While Attending GABF



While attending GABF you should take advantage of some special Colorado beer releases to take back with you to your friends and family. I’m pretty positive they will be forever greatful.

Crooked Stave Brewery – Origins Batch 2

Origins is a barrel aged burgundy sour. I couldn’t find a detailed description and haven’t tried it yet, but it gets very high ratings.

Best place to pick this up is at Crooked Stave Brewery. Also available in limited quantities at liquor stores such as Mr. B’s and Mile High Wine and Spirits.

Great Divide – Fresh Hop

Fresh Hop is a labor of love meant to be enjoyed today. Brewed in the fall with wet, whole cone hops from the Pacific Northwest, Fresh Hop is the embodiment of seasonality. Don’t age it. Keep it cold. Drink it now. Savoring this delightful pale ale during harvest season ensures that its unparalleled grassy, citrus hop brilliance will remain uncompromised.

Best place to pick this up is at Great Divide Brewery. Also available at liquor stores such as Mr. B’s and Mile High Wine and Spirits.

Avery – Rumpkin

We wondered what would happen if a monstrous pumpkin ale, plump full of spicy gourdiness, were aged in fine fresh rum barrels to add suggestions of delicate oak and candied molasses. Rumpkin is what happened! This first member of the Annual Barrel-Aged Series was brewed with roasted pumpkins from a local Boulder County farm, and spiced with nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger.

Very limited quantities remaining however you can pick it up at Highland Wine and Liquor at 10 AM on Friday during their special GABF release or they have 1 case left at Mayfair Liquors.

New Belgium – Le Terroir

Le Terroir is a french term meaning “of the earth.” Used to reference the environmental conditions that affect the brew, we like to think about the terroir of our foeders. These wooden barrels age our sour beer in varying temperatures, humidity, and vibrations. The terroir of New Belgium, so to speak. Add in another variable by dry-hopping with peachy, mango-like Amarillo hops, and we created a beer that changes every time we brew it.

You can find this at Highland Wine and Liquor.

All of these beers with the exception of Fresh Hops are limited in quantities. They are special releases and most produced only once a year. I would recommend calling ahead to the liquor stores. You can find their contact info below. Cheers!

Crooked Stave Brewery and Taproom @the Source, 3350 Brighton Blvd, Denver, CO. 80216

Great Divde Brewing Company, 2201 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205
(303) 296-9460

Mr. B’s, 2101 Market St, Denver, CO 80205
(303) 295-6727

Mile High Wine and Spirits, 435 S Vance St Lakewood, CO 80226
(303) 936-0272

Highlands Wine and Liquor, 4650 W. 38th Ave, Denver, Colorado 80212
(303) 327-4975

Mayfair Liquors, 1385 Krameria St, Denver, CO 80220
(303) 322-0810

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08 Oct

GPO Heads to GABF!


imagesRepresenting the largest collection of beer in the US, GABF brings folks from across the country – world even, to 3 days in Denver, CO  this coming weekend to taste beer, meet brewers, make friends and find the next best beer. Last week, Holly gave us a list of events to check out with Girls’ Pint Out, but we’ve got Girls’ headed out from several states, find us and have a pint!




Lara PearsonLara Pearson
San Antonio Girls’ Pint Out
Instagram: @girlspintout
Twitter: @SanAntonioGPO
Blog: blog.girlspintout.com
Facebook: San Antonio Girls’ Pint Out


Jenn LitzJenn Litz
New York Girls’ Pint Out
Instagram - girlspintout
Twitter: @craftbuisinessdaily
Blog: blog.girlspintout.com
Facebook: NY Girls’ Pint Out

Jenn is a craft beer trade reporter by day at Craft Business Daily and new GPO New York City head by night. She’s been with Girls Pint Out since the beginning.

Emily AlfordEmily Alford
Kansas City, MO Girls’ Pint Out

Instagram - ejalford
Untapped – Emily A
Twitter: @MsDuckLovesBeer
Blog: duckslovebeer.com
Facebook: Kansas City GPO

Wife and mother of two girls who has loved craft beer since college.  I started a beer blog with my husband a couple years ago and love to share our appreciation and knowledge of the craft beer industry to anyone willing to listen.

Holly ElkinsHolly Elkins
Colorado Girls’ Pint Out
Instagram - girlspintout
Twitter: @COGirlsPintOut
Blog: blog.girlspintout.com
Facebook: Colorado Girls’ Pint Out

It all started with a Fat Tire 7 years ago. Moving from SFL I thought I knew of all the wonderful things living in the state of Colorado offered. What I didn’t know what a big business brewing beer in Colorado was. And now I share my new found passion of craft beer with other like-minded women. Organizing this group provides the opportunity to become involved in the craft beer community, develop new friendships and broadening our knowledge and love for BEER.

Alyssa MedinaAlyssa Medina
Arizona Girls’ Pint Out
Instagram - lucklys
Twitter: @azgirlspintout
Blog: blog.girlspintout.com
Facebook: Arizona Girls’ Pint Out
A desert-dwelling beer drinker from the midwest, I am currently the Beer Outreach + Social Media Manager at Four Peaks Brewing Company, a leader with local women’s beer education group, Arizona Girls’ Pint Out (website), and an active member of the Arizona beer community.

Cynthia CroweCynthia Crowe
Tennessee Girls’ Pint Out
Instagram - tenncyn
Twitter: @MemphisGPO
Blog: hoppyeverafter.wordpress.com
Facebook: Memphis Girls’ Pint Out
I’m a Korean-born, Canadian-American raised, University of Tennessee alumna. I’m a photographer in my own right, a Saved By The Bell trivia expert, and I’ve been told my handwriting should be a font. I love BBQ, college football, and of course, craft beer. My homebrewing boyfriend has certainly helped contribute to my love of craft beer, but I’ve always been a fan of trying new and different beers. I enjoy all styles, but I’m the definition of a hop head — the hoppier the better, IMO.

Jeanna Graham

Jeanna Graham
Instagram - girlspintout
Twitter: @sacgirlspintout
Blog: blog.girlspintout.com
Facebook: Sacramento Girls’ Pint Out

Mother to two great kids. Own a brewery in Sac. Tap room manager. Now on to heading a chapter of Girls Pint Out in Sacramentp!


Tara AlcureTara Alcure
Instagram: @misstarabale
Twitter: @MNGirlsPintOut
Blog: blog.girlspintout.com
Facebook: Minnesota Girls’ Pint Out
My whole life has revolved around beer. My family owned and operated a beer distributor that was founded in 1924 and sold it in 2012. I am the craft beer brand manager for J.J. Taylor Distributing of MN. My Husband works for New Belgium Brewing. Beer is all I know! Oh and I have a lot of tattoos.





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04 Oct

Cards Against Humanity and GPO – Contest!


We love Cards Against Humanity. Appropriately titled “A card game for horrible people”, we immediately thought of a recurring event centered around the game for our naturally snarky, witty girls. We first held CAH/GPO at New Day Meadery in Indianapolis and I’m sure the neighbors could hear the roars of laughter coming from the backroom of the small but adorable local Meadery in Fountain Square. It was fun, the girls loved it, the staff had fun, and Tia asked us to come back…so we made it a regular thing.

So now, we want your input! We’ve made our own cards before and want to make some more – we’ve created this snazzy contest form with the help of Formstack and decided to give away some of the pint glasses we’ve had for a while. But you’ll have to tell us what you want on your own card! We’ll pick winners at random and probably won’t shut down the form for a while because you guys are so great, but we’ll definitely let you know when you’ve won. For every entry, even if you’re not a pint winner, we’ll send out a GPO sticker – good on glasses, dishwasher safe and not to mention – super cute. That’s not all. One lucky winner between now and October 31 is going to win a brand new set of Cards Against Humanity! That’s a $25 value but I guarantee – the laughs are priceless.

This contest isn’t specific to Indianapolis – our Girls’ in Long Island are hosting nights too! Keep an eye out in your city – this game is a ton of fun and what’s better than a little beer and a laid back night of playing cards?

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02 Oct

2013 Great American Beer Festival Events


With the numerous events occurring the week of GABF here are some of my favorites that are offering something unique or rare and won’t cost you your life savings.


6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.: GABF beer school at the Rackhouse Pub continues with professor Scott Kerkmans, one of the first certified cicerones, a lead judge at GABF and creator of Colorado Craft Beer Week. Kerkmans will cover palate development, flavor recognition, style guidelines and overall beer enjoyment. Tickets, $35 each,available here. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/460565
Rackhouse Pub, 208 S Kalamath St, Denver, CO 80223


11 a.m.: Crooked Stave’s first bottle release at its new location at The Source, an artisan market in a former foundry building in Denver’s River North neighborhood. Featuring Batch 2 of its Origins Burgundy Sour. Six bottle limit.
The Source, 3350 Brighton Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80216

11:30 a.m.: Miss out on tickets to Crooked Stave’s WTF!? Fest? Here’s a chance to check out breweries on the bill. Along with Crooked Stave, tappings from Jester King of Austin, Texas, St. Louis-based Perennial, Jolly Pumpkin of Dexter, Michigan and Prairie Artisan Ales of Tulsa.
Hops and Pie, 3920 Tennyson St, Denver, CO 80212

5 p.m.-midnight: Lots going on in this new event, presented by The Business of Fun and Crafting a Nation (the beer documentary) and hosted by John Gross, marketing director for Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. First, a panel discussion covering everything from beer to cycling and sustainable agriculture, featuring Dale Katechis of Oskar Blues, Davis Tucker of NXNW, Amanda Johnson King of Odell Brewing and Paul Evers of TBD Creative. Then 25 breweries will be pouring “select beer that cannot be found anywhere else in Denver during the week of GABF at any event.” Hmmm … a tall order. More details can be found here. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/472567
Battery 621, 621 Kalamath St Denver, CO 80204


Noon: That’s right, New Belgium Brewing has collaborated with Tampa-based Cigar City Brewing, and brewers from each brewery will be at Freshcraft brewpub to tap their Lips of Faith series collaboration and more.
Freshcraft, 1530 Blake St. Unit A, Denver, CO 80202

6 p.m.: As the name suggests, this will involve five pork dishes paired with beers from the kids in Poncha Springs. $45 per person before tax and tip, reservations at Osteria Marco, (303) 534-5855.
Osteria Marco, 1453 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80202

8 p.m.-midnight: Shut out of the opening GABF session? Head over to the Denver Marriott City Center for the 19th edition of The Keg Run Out Club’s World Brewer’s Forum, which is free and open to those of drinking age. This year’s speakers are Jeremy Cowan of Shmaltz Brewing and Colin Kaminski, brewmaster at Downtown Joe’s Brewery in Napa, Calif., and co-author of “Water: A Comprehensive Guide for Brewers.” Sample 19+ homebrews on tap. While the event is free, please RSVP to wbf@kroc.org.More info here. http://www.kroc.org/#!wbf/c1hir
Denver Marriott City Center, 1701 California St., Denver, CO 80202


11:30 a.m.: Cigar City Brewing tapping. The popular Tampa brewery – normally unavailable in Colorado – returns with an intriguing lineup of Jai Alai IPA, Maduro Brown Ale, Marshal Zhukov Imperial Stout, Poblano Wit, Black Currant Berlinerweisse and Humidor Series Red Ale.
Hops and Pie, 3920 Tennyson St, Denver, CO 80212

3 p.m.-9 p.m.: Denver Beer Co. is closing down Platte Street for a big party with bands, food trucks and the pouring of four collaboration beers with Pizza Port Brewing (California), Rahr & Sons Brewing (Texas), Saranac (New York) and Telluride Brewing Co. (Colorado, duh).
Denver Beer Co., 695 Platte St, Denver, CO 80202


1-10 p.m.: RNB closes out GABF with a clean slate, and that means emptying the cellar. Anything barrel-aged or limited that’s been collecting dust in the cellar will be up for grabs, including Anniversary Ale #1, Barrel Reserve 2013, whiskey-aged Hello Darkness, Rum Barrel Quandary, B-Side Quandary and more.
River North Brewery, 2401 Blake St #1, Denver, CO 80205

9 p.m.: Brewery Ommegang of Cooperstown, N.Y., taps two beers that sprung from an unorthodox collaboration with HBO taking inspiration from “Game of Thrones:” Take the Black Stout and the Iron Throne Blonde Ale.
10 p.m. Firestone Walker, known for pitch-perfect beers, has branched into sours with its Barrelworks project. The brewery will tap Agrestic, a double DBA inoculated with Brettanomyces, PNC Imperial Buckwheat Stout and Parabola Russian Imperial Stout.
11 p.m.: Traditional finale with New Belgium Brewing – barrel program beers and other vintage treats.
1919 Blake St, Denver, CO 80202

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26 Sep

GPO Hits NYC with Leading Local Ladies of Craft — And Hollaback!


logo final2HollabackGirls Pint Out’s inaugural New York City event is coming to BROOKLYN BREWERY October 21st at 7:30 p.m.! The event will feature women (and their beers) in craft around The City, including leading ladies from SIXPOINT, KELSO, 508 GASTROBREWERY, Long Island newcomer MOUSTACHE BREWING CO. and, of course, BROOKLYN BREWERY. They’re bringing a full slate of exciting beers and their stories, from a brandy barrel aged brett saison to porters and pale ales. Tickets are $35; GET THEM HERE. Price includes a bevy of local beer tastings, Sigmund’s Pretzels and, importantly, CAKE. And it’s all going to a good cause.

We’re psyched about this event. It’s not just Girls Pint Out’s New York City debut. It’s not only the leading ladies of New York beer pouring awesome stuff for “girls” who love it. It’s also the official 8th birthday party for HOLLABACK!, a locally founded, now-global nonprofit dedicated to eradicating street harassment (and the night’s beneficiary). Stopping street harassment is a simple and important premise, but the group has a savvy, digital age solution: Smartphones. Members of Hollaback! turn the intimidation factor of street hecklers around by documenting, mapping, and sharing incidents of street harassment with the Hollaback! community. Genius.

We’re also excited to spread the word of Girls Pint Out to New York City. For this inaugural event, we’ve been telling local beer fans and outlets how the beer industry underindexes in the fairer sex (some estimates say females represent ~37% of craft drinkers and ~29% of craft volume). And how we strive to fill this gap via monthly educational and social events for and by women interested in craft beer, often with a charity beneficiary. It started in Indianapolis about 4 years ago; now Girls Pint Out has chapters in Texas, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Arizona, New York, Florida, Michigan and more. Sure, we love men! The point is, this is a girls night out with beer. For questions about ticket sales or other, please contact Jenn@beernet.com. Cheers!

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26 Sep

Support Girls’ Pint Out!

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So many times at events or festivals, we’re asked “what is Girls’ Pint Out, how do you girls make this happen?”

Simply put, it’s all with the help of folks like you! People who buy our t-shirts, stickers, mugs, and in general, support our groups by coming to events or helping spread the word. We couldn’t have made the past 3 years happen without you girls (and guys!). Below are a few ways that you can help us by supporting Girls’ Pint Out!

1003719_10151801640342354_280558126_nBuy a T-shirt ($15.00)
We’re placing an order this week to order some of our favorite Bella Dee-V T-shirts (ladies) and we’ll be adding a t-shirt for the gents soon as well. But for now, we’d love it if you placed an order to purchase one!  These are super comfortable t-shirts and our local printer The Brickshirt House is great with turnaround. They’re prewashed and they run pretty true to size – all our girls have loved them!
Buy a Sticker ($1.00)
Our friend Rob has been making the stickers you see on mugs and pint glasses for a while but we just got a new shipment of every color under the rainbow! They’re dishwasher safe and remove easily, if you need to take the girl off. I also like to tell folks that they’re carwash safe, because I’ve had one on my bumper since we got our first order – three years ago!







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Looking for a Girls’ Pint Out Hoodie or Tote bag? We’ve got them! We’ve also got men’s t-shirts, water bottles, tanks and t-shirts in our spreadshirt shop. Prices vary, but they’re all pretty reasonable.


Advertise with us!
Get your site or product in front of people – email us for more information info@girlspintout.com
As always, we appreciate your support online. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Flickr, Google+ and through your local chapter.




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