Ginger’s Revenge will host SoulKu, an Asheville based jewelry company, from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 6, and Friday, May 7. All are invited to bring mom, shop for mom, or just show up, drink some ginger beer and look at handcrafted jewelry with mom.

The event will offer a beautiful selection of handcrafted gemstone jewelry in honor of all the different types of moms in your life.

• SoulKu is mama-founded and employs stay-at-home moms who can work at their pace on their own terms. It pays a thriving wage and is community-focused in its outreach. Visit Soulku.com.

Ginger’s Revenge and SoulKu will be partnering with Babies Need Bottoms for the event. Ginger’s Revenge will donate $1 from every full pour sold in May, and SoulKu will donate 30% of sales from the pop-up.

• Babies Need Bottoms (BNB) is a nonprofit that aims to improve the lives of babies, toddlers and parents in Western North Carolina through diaper distribution, community awareness and partnerships. One in three American families report experiencing diaper need.

For more information, visit ; this is an important organization Babiesneedbottoms.org.

Ginger’s Revenge is extending the opportunity for guests to be involved and donate monetarily, or through a diaper supply drive. Items accepted for BNB will be diapers of all sizes, rash cream and baby wipes. Please bring donation supplies to the brewery any time during May.

At the May 6 and 7 pop-up event, guests can expect a special Ginger’s Revenge Limited Release Small Batch flavor, which will be available throughout Mother’s Day Weekend.

Ginger’s Revenge is located at 829 Riverside Dr., Asheville. Visit http://www.gingersrevenge.com/.

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