Despite being on a small rock in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, I still get the sense that I am a part of something bigger.
Brewers Association member profiles. See who contributes to the creation of American craft beer, from bottling line technicians to brewers and CEOs.
As we are a small brewery, many of us wear many different hats at Yee-Haw Brewing Company.
I got my start almost 30 years ago in Berkeley, Calif., when I wandered into a local homebrew shop.
Our brewery just celebrated our three-year anniversary in July. Cheers to three years!
I’m currently managing operations, distribution, and cask making at Union Craft Brewing in Baltimore.
I'm the brewmaster at Lazarus Brewing Company. I started out as a homebrewer doing extract batches.
Tom and I recently became 100 percent owners of Dirigo Brewing Company. More than ever, we are focused on production of classic continental lagers. We recently brewed our first all-Maine-ingredients beer.
Since discovering craft beer in 2004, I wanted to open a craft beer bar. Then I started homebrewing.
I fell in love with the whole brewing process, which led me to attend brewing school at Doemens World Brewing Academy in Munich, Germany for three years.
I currently work as the Regional/Southwest sales rep and ambassador for Durango Brewing.
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The Brewers Association would like to recognize all who contribute to the creation of American craft beer, from bottling line technicians to brewers and CEOs. Submit your profile today!