Friday 8th March is International Women's Day, and to celebrate each year many of the most prominent females in the beer industry take part in collaborations to promote diversity, interaction and of course amazing beer! This year we have many of the UK beers, which were brewed on the 8th and will be packaged and ready for shipping from Tuesday 9th April.

This year's theme is foraged, so for some one-off, exciting beers, check them out below:

Cloudwater, A City Of Stirring Episodes - a juicy pale ale as you would expect from Cloudwater, brewed with women of the North West beer community, in aid of The Pankhurst Trust.

Wild Card, Unite Forage - using freshly foraged yarrow, nettle and mugwort, this is a complex and botanical blend of flavours and aromas, and is also available in cans!

Mothership, Watermelon Gose With Foraged Sea Salt - made with Women For Refugee Women (with a portion of profits going to the charity), this is a sour and fruity watermelon gose with salt foraged from the English Channel. Also available in awesome 440ml cans.

Burnt Mill, Unity 2019 - smoked citrus fruits and rosemary give this punchy pale ale an aromatic and herbal note to add to the juicy, intense character of the hops and yeast.

Brixton, Signal Boost DDH Pale - this is made with Earth Station, a not yet brewing operation in London, and is a hazy, juicy pale with loads of Cryo hops and all profits going to knife crime charities. Also available in cans!

Hawkshead, Bay Of Dreams - this wheat beer with roasted oranges and lemons plus fresh bay leaves was made by the 11 female staff at Hawkshead brewery.

Glen Affric, Calliberry - sweet, tart raspberries play a big part in this hoppy session pale ale, made with industry group Ladies That Beer.

West Berkshire Brewery, Belgian Blonde Ale - this fruity, funky and floral Belgian style blonde ale is in 500ml bottles and is made with Solvay Society.

Neptune, Hera - brewed with industry group Ladies That Beer, this uses rosehip as the main foraged ingredient, along with fruit blossom tea to give a delicate and aromatic Belgian style pale.

Brewsters, Elder Not Wiser - foraged elderflower powers this light, crisp and hoppy pale ale, made with Team Toxic and a host of locals from the Geese & Fountain pub.

Brass Castle, Dusky Bay - this beer uses locally foraged spruce IPA along with lots of Comet hops for a resinous and piney pale ale.

Chapter, Smiling At Strangers - this 9% imperial stout was brewed with team members at the Botanist, and play with the idea of foraging. This beer is for-ageing (get it?!) and packs in deep, complex dark roast and dark fruit flavours.

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