LGBTQ+ Entrepreneur Spotlight
Emily Lawson founded Pink House Alchemy through the love of food and flavor. Developed in a 100+ year old pink house, the LGBTQ+ women owned and run company produces farm to bottle simple syrups, bitters and shrubs that are used to sip, mix, and cook. Inspired by complementary patterns in roots, barks, fruits, herbs, and botanicals, Pink House Alchemy works every day to find new and perfect connections between ingredients—and simple syrups, bitters, and shrubs are where we put these discoveries to the test.
Today, products are sold in our retail shop in Fayetteville, AR, throughout Arkansas in grocery stores and specialty shops, and in restaurants, bars and coffee shops in nearly all 50 states. Products can also be purchased through major retailers Amazon and Walmart.com.
In addition to our three main products, Pink House Alchemy also offers dried fruit garnishes, deconstructed cocktail kits (change seasonally), and other swag including magnets, t-shirts, syrup pumps and more.
All year and during Pride Month, we rally together as a community to support those of us that need it most. Pink House donates to local organizations that offer resources for our community in crisis.
To learn more about Pink House Alchemy, visit pinkhousealchemy.com.
Emily Lawson, founder, Pink House Alchemy