Definition of brewmaster
: a person who supervises the brewing process of malt liquors
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They're always given by co-founder Andy Gehl or brewmaster Kevin Wright.
Wally Weiss, assistant brewmaster at Sibling Revelry Brewing in Westlake, was elected to his first term on the board.
A trip to Crete is worth the drive if headed to Evil Horse Brewing Company, 1338 Main St., open Sunday from noon to 8 p.m. Brewmaster Steve Kamp is a local legend in the industry, and his brews do not disappoint.
Tuesday, June 13: Hofbrauhaus Cleveland will hold a brewmaster dinner at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $49.92 and includes tax and tip.
Three Floyds founder Nick Floyd and brewmaster Chris Boggess are overseeing production.
Co-owner/brewmaster Brian Palmer does things the right way, including naming his beers after customers.
Clabaugh’s partner in his malting operation is Tom Flores, brewmaster for Monacacy Brewing and Brewer’s Alley, both located in the city of Frederick.
Both spots are owned by the Gowan family, which includes brewmaster Jim and his restaurant-veteran son, Kenny, who worked in front-of-the-house management at Sugar Bowl.
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