Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Inspired a Beer

first_img Fiber-Based Six-Pack Can Rings Offer Eco-Friendly Alternative to PlasticEven More Kellogg’s Cereal Gets Re-Born as Craft Beer Stay on target Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an inspiration to many—including Boston Beer Company.The maker of Samuel Adams lager raises a glass to Notorious RBG with its annual contribution to the Pink Boots Society, a non-profit supporting women in the brewing industry.Every year, the organization teams with hop purveyor Yakima Chief to create a special blend of hops, distributed to brewers nationwide in celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8).Set for release on March 29, Sam Adams’ “When There Are Nine” Belgian Brut IPA is dedicated to the feminist icon and high-court judge, who famously said there will be enough women on the Supreme Court “when there are nine.”“People ask me sometimes, ‘When do you think it will be enough? When will there be enough women on the court?’ And my answer is, ‘When there are nine,’” Ginsburg said in 2015.The brilliant answer has since inspired countless T-shirts, tote bags, pin badges, posters, and now, a beer.“We wanted to name it Brut Bader Ginsburg but our legal team, uh, dissented,” the brewery joked.Boston-based beer enthusiasts are invited to Sam Adams Tap Room on Friday, March 29 for an unveiling. Each $20 ticket includes your first pint of When There Are Nine, a serving of four dumplings from Mei Mei, and a contribution to charity.“We’ll be donating $5 from every ticket and $1 from every When There Are Nine sold to the Pink Boots Society, which fosters advancement and education for women in the beer industry,” the event page said.Oh, and there will be a plank contest. (Because nothing goes better with beer than exercise.)In honor of RBG’s infamous workout routine, the challenge will benefit the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project, which Justice Ginsburg co-founded in 1972.More on Geek.com:Google Doodle Celebrates International Women’s DayFinally, Someone Made a Beer That Tastes Like Lucky CharmsA Brewery Is Making Beer From Rejected Corn Flakeslast_img

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