Andy – City Coordinator & Beer Guide
Andy is the City Coordinator for Boston Brew Tours. He has been a professional enabler for 3 years now. He has been working in the tourism industry in Boston for nearly 10 years, and had a background in theatre and education. Andy likes his beer strong, dark, and malty! In his off time you can catch him hanging with Cletus the beagle and doing theatre shows in and around Boston.
Dan – Beer Guide
Brewer at Hopsters Custom Craft Brewery in Newton/Boston. Avid homebrewer of 6+ years. Homegrown hopper. Let’s talk beer!
Favorite Beer: Oktoberfest bier in Munich
Andrew – Beer Guide
Andrew is an actor/writer/director originally from Marblehead, MA who believes that “Beer, it’s what’s for dinner” would be a perfectly acceptable motto for anyone’s life.
Favorite local beers include: Night Shift Harborside, Lord Hobo Consolation Prize, Jack’s Abbey Fire in the Ham, and pretty much anything that’s on cask anywhere.
Mark – Beer Guide
I’m a lifelong New Englander. I’ve never lived more than 45min outside of Boston. (Why would anyone want to?) I love beer geeks, but I can’t stand beer snobs. If there’s anything I like more than drinking beer, it’s talking about it, but don’t ask me what my favorite one is. That changes with the season.
Aaron – Beer Guide
I’m a former professional Brewer and Cider maker who left brewing to pursue a masters. When I’m not studying, I’m talking about beer, drinking beer or home brewing.
My favorite beer is always the next one. But I prefer if the next one comes from Slumbrew, Night Shift or Mystic.
Malcolm- Beer Guide
Malcolm recently completed a PhD in the History of Beer and has been brewing his own beer for over 13 years. He loves to teach about, write about, and drink beer in Boston and around the world.
Some of his favorite beers: Night Shift’;s Pearl, Lawson’s Sip of Sunshine, Trillium’s Dialed In, Russian River’s Pliny the Younger, and his first favorite: Chimay Blue