People loved the idea of a snackable French toast on the go with unlimited toppings.
She started selling snacks at festivals and markets around the city, and her business was booming.
When the pandemic occurred, the event began to be canceled, forcing her to rethink her business plan.
So when the Doylestown brewing company reached out to work with beer, she jumped at the opportunity.
She turned the famous bite into ale and called it French toast bite ale. This brew made Magill the first black woman to have a specialty beer in Pennsylvania.
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Charisse McGill launches French toast ale, becoming the first black woman in Pennsylvania to drink a specialty beer
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