Cat has been studying beer since 2015, homebrewing since 2016, and (most importantly) drinking good beer for much longer. She has had local craft beer on three different continents, from Munich to the Great Kiwi Beer Festival, and from Portland, OR to Portland, ME, she’s been trying the best brews she can find. Cat previously worked as a Beer Goddess at a bar with 105 beers on tap, and could recite them on cue! She is a Cicerone Certified Beer Server, so she’ll help you find exactly what beers you’ll like.
Favorite Beers: Founder’s Backwoods Bastard, Harpoon UFO Twist, or the freshest local flight.
Ethan – Beer Guide
Ethan always wanted to be a superhero, and being a beer guide feels like the next best thing. He’s a museum nerd turned beer geek who believes that people who “hate beer” just haven’t found the right one yet. If you can’t find him, he’s either talking about beer, talking about animals or downing an IPA with his drinking buddies, The Beervengers.
Jonathan – Beer Guide
Jonathan has years of experience guiding people all over Hawaii and New York, where he has learned to love beers with bold flavors from diverse cultures. His beer drinking experience started with craft beer and hasn’t changed one bit over the years. When you meet him you’ll notice he enjoys sharing with people, whether it’s fun facts, good company, or a tasty pint.
Eddie – Beer Guide
Prior to working for City Brew Tours, Eddie once considered Miller High Life to be a good beer. Things have changed since then, and he’s always looking to expand his knowledge and appreciation of craft beer. In his previous experiences, Eddie worked in the high-end gourmet catering sector of City Hall and the financial district. He also has detailed knowledge of New York City streets as a Lyft, Uber and Via driver. Aside from Brew Touring, he enjoys a good adventure. You can find Eddie listening to a good audiobook on a walk or unwinding with friends and family outside of the city.