At the risk of sounding like someone who's lived in Cali for too long, I'd urge more gender neutrality in your names. (yes, I'm apparently that guy)
After years of trying to figure out how to make both homebrewing and craftbrewing more attractive to women, the answer seems to mostly be... "don't make it such a boy zone". That and stop recommending only fruity sweet beers!
This is a good opportunity to talk about this. We're seeing a titanic shift in the beer world because people have started to focus on promoting the taste factor and it's working with more and more people of both genders joining in. One of our locals here has started having "Women's Beer Nights" with educational classes and they're a raging success, selling out, etc. Run by one of the women behind the brewery, for women, with a focus on finding flavors people like.
The other way to think of it - if the spouse get into it, more brewing time for everyone!