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Green Bench Brewing Company

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In the early 1900's St. Petersburg was known nationwide as the "City of Green Benches." At their height, some 3,500 benches lined the downtown sidewalks, inviting passers-by to slow their pace and make friends of strangers. For decades these benches were a gathering place for residents and tourists alike and were a popular image used to market our city far and wide. Established during segregation, these benches were sadly off limits to the African Americans in our city, as were the majority of city assets in our downtown core. It is our intent to ring in a new era of the Green Bench, where the original spirit and purpose of the benches is truly available to all. And while we cannot change the past, we believe it is imperative to acknowledge our shortcomings as a society and a community. To not shield ourselves from it; to discuss it and feel it, and together move toward a more unifying future. As we searched for a name that would be original to the brewing world and representative of St. Petersburg, we needed to look no further than the image of the green bench.

Khonso Brewing

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Khonso is named in honor of Khonso Im Heb, the ancient Egyptian brewer to the pharaohs and the gods of the dead (Osiris and Anubis). In ancient Egypt, beer was for everyone: young, old, rich, poor, women, and men. Khonso Im Heb is the first official large-scale brewer of record whose beer was enjoyed by all in the Kingdom. The name - Khonso Brewing - was selected by our great community which has been a part of our journey from that first brew. Khonso is founded by three friends: Kevin Downing, Corby Hannah, and William Teasley. One evening in 2013, Kevin and William were having a dads’ night out drinking imported beer when William shared the idea of launching a brewery and the seeds of Khonso Brewing were planted. The three men, armed with a homebrew kit, some basic equipment, and their passion for beer, began their brewing journey as Brothers That Brew. Twelve years of combined all-grain home brewing experience (nearly 750 gallons brewed), flavor experimentation, and conversations with regional and local brewers helped Khonso Brewing to take root.

Sankofa Beer Company

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Sankofa Beer Company, is a Washington, DC based producer and distributor of premium craft beer, inspired by the founders' connection to West Africa. We are on a mission to expand the conventions of craft beer by creating a space where culture meets craft. SANKOFA (San-Koh-Fa) is a word from the Ashanti/Akan people in Ghana and translates to “Go back and get”. It is visually represented by a mythic bird with its head turned backwards with an egg in its beak, or as a stylized heart. Sankofa is a symbol for the understanding that in order to ensure a strong future you must return to collect and understand your past. This understanding resonates with us and has truly inspired us as we write the story for Sankofa Beer.

BzyPeach

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Women Owned, Luxury
I'm Laverne, owner of BzyPeach, a small business specializing in Fiber Arts Journals, Cotton Yarn, Tencel Yarn and Patterns. As a recent transplant to Atlanta, I have become very active in the Fiber Arts community. I enjoy crocheting in my spare time for fun and to donate. In 2018 I was awarded the Bronze level President’s Volunteer Service Award for completing over 100 hours of service. The bulk of that service was crocheting items for charities such as From the Heart, a yarn community serving needs in the Greater Richmond, VA area as well as CHOA and Grady Hospitals in Atlanta.

Midnight Reflections, LLC

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Women Owned
Welcome to our shop! After years of collective frustration with the lack of gift options that spoke to the black experience, Lyndsey K. and Motisola Z. were inspired to do something about it. Together they founded Midnight Reflections with the goal of providing not only high quality, but also ethnically conscious goods. Midnight Reflections scours the globe for goods that are stylish and relevant in today’s pop culture. Our products are timeless, yet contemporary. Most importantly, each item we carry was specifically created to speak to the unique walk of citizens of African descent. From stylish T-shirts to cute mugs to awesome journals, and much more, we have something for all ages. Come see for yourself. You’ll be amazed at what we have to offer.

Colourshot

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Women Owned
Hi and welcome to Colourshot, which uses lovely, colourful African fabric in everyday contemporary ways. Everything is handmade in the UK by myself, Tanya. Colourshot started as a way to indulge my love of making clothes and buying fabric. By running a business, I could enjoy guilt free fabric shopping, and let loose on my creative side. Along the way, I added a jewellery business where I used purchased beads to design jewellery. But the real breakthrough came when I decided to make cards using African fabric. (Which is why my Instagram is called Colourshotcards!) Having started out making cards, I then added jewellery, this time completely handmade, using fabric and wood. Then mugs and coasters, which were and still are a major hit. Ideas kept on flowing (thank you God), and over the past 4 years, Colourshot in its current form has steadily developed into a lovely little card and gift shop, providing contemporary and useful gifts for all those who love a touch of African fabric. The clothes and generic jewellery business have had to be retired, to allow me to maintain my focus on cards and gifts