Beer Ladies Podcast

After a few too many, a group of beer-loving friends decided to start a podcast. With various interests and expertise in the group, you'll find plenty of interesting conversations. Anything from beer history and style guides to interviews and casual chats. New episodes each Friday.

Thandi Guilherme

I’m Thandi, the resident designer, planner, and editor here at Beer Ladies. I also design beer merch. When I’m not playing with pixels, I am likely fermenting something random (including beer) or cooing over my cats. I have a soft spot for anything with oatmeal or rye.

Christina Wade

I’m Christina. I have an obsession with beer history. Since finishing my Ph.D., I’ve been working away on a book about beer history in Ireland. Also a BJCP judge. And Founder and President of the Ladies Craft Beer Society of Ireland. Love Belgian beer. Yes, all of them.

Lisa Grimm

I’m Lisa, a transplanted American BJCP judge in Dublin who works in tech, but with a background in archaeology and archives. I write about beer history, run, wrangle my kids and/or cats, and drink too much tea when not on the beer. Milds and bitters are my jam.

Katie Malone

I’m Katie, culchie turned city slicker. Love of beer, Eurovision, and terrible disaster movies. Hates WFH during a global pandemic. Currently learning the editing ropes for the podcast.

Carolyn Smith

I am Carolyn. Expat from Texas. Working in tech. I love beer, wine, gin, reality TV (Real Housewives or anything on Bravo is my favorite), cheesy rom-coms, and traveling. My favorite beers are hefeweizen, sours, and wheat beers.

Erica Burke

Erica here. Originally from Minnesota, I live in Dublin and work as a Food Scientist. Favourite Drinks: Milkshake IPAs, Oktoberfest Beers, Pumpkin Ales, Winter Seasonals, Cocktails, Coffee. Loves: Travel, Cats, Museums, Art Galleries, Theatre, Live Music, Cinema, Sports, Yoga, Cycling, Running.


I’m Bean, a handy Canadian living in Dublin since 2008 and the wordsmith of the group. I like working in school and community gardens. I have a particular interest in eating sustainably, which naturally involves any beer from stout to sour that is just-this-side-of-balanced.