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Our resident brewmaster and co-founder. Originally from Connecticut, he started out home brewing with his dad. He eventually made his way to the Bay Area, where he got his Master's in Brewing from UC-Davis and worked in the craft beer industry in the Bay Area. He's worked at Drake's Brewing, EJ Phair, and most recently helped build and open the Barebottle Brewing Company in San Francisco, where he was the brewmaster. What's next? Open your own place! He has won three GABF (Great American Beer Festival) awards, two NY State Brewers Association awards, and one TAP NY award. He looks forward to satisfying your beer needs and showing you what great beer actually is!
Originally from Brooklyn, NY, she worked professionally in Landscape Architecture in San Francisco, CA, after receiving her Masters in Landscape Architecture from the University of Michigan, but became tired of office life. Using her graphics experience, she now manages and creates all the visual elements (can art, murals, website, logo design, etc.) at King's Court Brewing Company. Additionally she runs the taproom, plans all the events, and heads up many other tasks. Cheers!
DIRECTOR OF SALES
Originally from Carmel, NY, Eric comes from working 10 years in quality engineering for the aerospace industry, working in a distillery, and 25+ years as a homebrewer. He knows lots about lots! He now heads up the sales department for the brewery! You can find him zipping around the state of New York making people laugh and tossing out samples!
The littlest brewer in training - Lillian keeps everyone on their toes and will greet you with a smile. She loves other kids, so feel free to bring the little ones along - all kids are welcome at King's Court Brewing Company. Next up for Lillian - assistant brewer!
The newest member of our team! Welcome to the party!
Managing partner of King's Court Brewing Company, Gary lays claim to showing Cortlandt the love of delicious homebrew when he was in high school. Gary loves a deep dark heavy beer, more than anyone we know, and is always happy to sit and chat about the craft beer world. Thanks to Gary and his generosity, King's Court Brewing Company is what it is today. Gary says, "Life's too short to drink bad beer" - Cheers to that!
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