PHILADEPHIA, PA - Beer maven and business owner Erin Wallace is starting her new venture in the craft beer world by joining the esteemed Pink Boots Society board, a non-profit organization with an international membership that supports women working in the brewing profession, especially in creating craft beer.
Erin Wallace Joins Pink Boots Board
Owner of Devil’s Den, Philadelphia’s leading craft beer bar, Wallace is no stranger to the ins and outs of the beer industry, as someone who has worked closely with breweries worldwide by collaborating on events and highlighting products in her establishments. Previously, owner of the now-shuttered Old Eagle Tavern, Wallace has been a fixture on Philadelphia’s ever-growing beer scene for more than two decades.
A self-taught beer connoisseur, Wallace has shared her knowledge and expertise as the regional founder of the Philadelphia chapter of the Pink Boots Society, where she has sat on the board for the past several years.
With this new role, Wallace is looking forward to sharing her stories and insight on the craft beer industry on a national level. “I could not be more thrilled to join the board of the Pink Boots Society and give back to a community that’s given me so much,” said Wallace. “Pink Boots is very near and dear to my heart, and to work alongside women I admire and look up to, including Leah Rainis and Ashley Randolph, is an honor.”