(Updated 3/3/2020) Ahead of International Women’s Day this Sunday, Caboose Commons plans to host a market on Thursday where shoppers can support female-run businesses.
This will be the local brewery’s second year hosting the market, which will feature more than two dozen businesses. The market will be open from 5-9 p.m. at 2918 Eskridge Road.
Shoppers can find the pop-ups in Caboose’s lofts, according to the event page. Some of the stores are:
- Amelia Lawrence Jewelry
- Green Papaya Candles
- Lele Apothecary
- The Little Flower Field, CBD Company
In addition to the market, Caboose Commons will be canning a new IPA made with the 2020 Pink Boots blend from Yakima Chiefs Hops on Thursday morning, the brewery said on its website.
“This blend will create tropical, citrus and piney aromatic qualities,” according to Caboose Commons. The beer will be available for purchase at the market.
“For every one pound of hops sold, $3 goes back to the Pink Boots Society,” according to the event page.
Image via Caboose Commons/Facebook
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