Caroline Wallace turned her passion for craft beer into a career in 2015 when she began working for the Texas Craft Brewers Guild, an organization which exists for the purpose of promoting Texas craft beer, educating the public about the qualities and attributes of craft beer and advancing the common interest of Texas craft brewers. As the Events Manager, she has had a hand in planning one of the state's largest beer events, the Texas Craft Brewers Festival, as well as the guild's industry conferences, meetings, and legislative events.
Wallace also serves as Co-Leader for the Austin Chapter of Pink Boots Society, a non-profit association which aims to assist, inspire, and encourage women beer professionals through education. Prior to her work for the Texas Craft Brewers Guild, Wallace's background involved writing about beer nearly as often as drinking it. She helped found the all women-run craft beer website www.bitchbeer.org in 2012 before going on to co-author both Austin Beer: Capitol City History on Tap (2013) and the new book, Trappist Beer Travels: Inside the Breweries of the Monasteries, which hits bookstore shelves this month.
Made In Austin: Business of Brewing
Join us for night three of Made in Austin Week at Austin Beerworks with some of our favorite local breweries talking about the business of beer. The first 50 drinks are on us!