Women of Virtue: Dawn Rowan, Tap Room Manager

In honor of Women’s History Month this March, we are featuring some of the women who make up Virtue Cider. These women work in production, commercial, and farming operations; all are a part of every glass of Virtue Cider. Take a moment to learn a bit about what they all do, and if you see any of them at Virtue, please say hello! Here is Dawn Rowan, our Tap Room manager.

Dawn Rowan, Tap Room Manager

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 How long have you been at Virtue Cider and what is your role?

I started with Virtue seasonally Fall of 2017 and returned May of 2018 and accepted the Tap Room manager position August 2018.

What is your background?

I am originally from Holland, MI, where I owned and operated a horse breeding operation and boarding stable for over a decade. I also kept and maintained greenhouses and a landscape trees and shrubs at my farm and have 10 years of retail farm store management experience.

What do you like about working at Virtue Cider?

I enjoy being a part of a growing business…there is never a dull day at Virtue!

What’s your favorite cider?

My favorite cider is Michigan Honey with Divisé a close second.

Fun random fact:

I have a degree in Anthropology and chose the field after writing a biography on Margaret Mead in the 5th grade.

Stay tuned for our next installment of Women of Virtue!  International Women’s Day is March 8.