This July 4th, if you choose to grab a case of Miller Lite to sip on, you might be getting a history lesson as well.
Lisle owned and operated a Philadelphia brewery in 1734, becoming the first American woman to take on the task.
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In celebration of these limited-edition cans and women in the industry, on Thursday, June 30, Miller Lite is taking over the Devil's Den on South 11th Street from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for There’s No Beer Without Women: Miller Lite Toast to Mary Lisle.
The private happy hour event is free with registration and will give guests a chance to check out the cans and learn about Mary Lisle and her contributions to the country's brewing industry.
Miller Lite will also be donating $5 from any case purchased online during the week of July 4th (June 27 to July 4) to the Pink Boots Society.
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The society aids, inspires and encourages women and nonbinary individuals in the alcoholic beverage industry through education.
When you crack open a cold one on America's birthday, remember, there's no beer without women.