Thandi, Christina, Lisa, and Carolyn unpack some examples of medievally maligned alewives in 1400s art and literature. Where did tropes about alewives and demons come from? What can we tease out of carvings and paintings in churches? Who was writing those poems? Join the ladies in wishing for heavenly lakes of cask ale, with or without old-timey adjuncts.
- Christina’s website, Braciatix.com
- Ale and the Apocalypse: Ale and The Apocalypse
- Hen Droppings and Rosary Beads: The Tunning of Elynour Rummyng: Hen Droppings and Rosary Beads: The Tunning of Elynour Rummyng
- Bagpipes: Bagpipes
- The Chester Plays: The Chester Plays
- The Alewife: Changing Images and Bad Brews: The Alewife: Changing Images and Bad Brews
- Alewives def. : The Oxford Companion to Beer Definition of ale-wives
- Trouble Brewing, County Kildare, Ireland – ‘Pumpkin Brew’ Seasonal Ale 4.5% – Pumpkin Brew
- Dead Centre Brewing, Athlone, Ireland – ‘Seeking Sunshine’ Pale Ale 5.0% – BEERS – Dead Centre Brewing
- Third Barrel, Dublin, Ireland – ‘Painted Black’ Black IPA 7% – Painted-Black | Third Barrel Brewing
- St Elmo’s, Texas, USA – ‘Goser’ Gose 4.5% – St Elmo Brewing Co.