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Guild News entries:

Wednesday 28 June 2017 Greg Noonan Scholarship Winner
Wednesday 1 February 2017 The 2017 Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship
Monday 30 January 2017 The Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship
Monday 12 December 2016 AARON BLONDEN & GARTH DONALD SELECTED FOR ABG SCHOLARSHIPS!
Monday 12 September 2016 2017 Glen Hay Falconer Foundation Brewing Scholarship Announced!
Monday 13 June 2016 Beer Appreciation Spots Open!
Tuesday 31 May 2016 2016 Greg Noonan Scholarship Awarded
Wednesday 20 January 2016 The Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship
Thursday 17 December 2015 JEN JORDAN RISES TO TOP FOR FALCONER FOUNDATION AMERICAN BREWERS GUILD SCHOLARSHIP
Wednesday 19 August 2015 2016 GLEN HAY FALCONER FOUNDATION BREWING SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCED
Thursday 14 August 2014 Falconer Foundation Scholarship Awarded!
Thursday 5 June 2014 Scholarship News


Greg Noonan Scholarship Winner

Posted by Steve Parkes on Wednesday 28 June 2017 at 10:11 AM

Congratulation Nolan Carpenter on being awarded the Greg Noonan Scholarship for 2017. Some truly excellent candidates applied and the final decision was very close but Nolan was the most deserving.

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The 2017 Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship

Posted by Rick Hadsall on Wednesday 1 February 2017 at 05:38 PM

The 2017 Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship

The Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship will be awarded for the Intensive Brewing Science and Engineering class beginning June 12th, 2017 . The scholarship is open to residents of New England, which includes the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Applicants must meet our prerequisites for admission into the program

Greg Noonan was the founder and brewmaster at the Vermont Pub & Brewery, 144 College Street, Burlington, Vermont, and the Seven Barrel Brewery, Route 12-A, West Lebanon, New Hampshire. He designed and installed three complete breweries, and consulted on the design and start-up of a dozen more, and frequently consults on recipe design. He was the key lobbyist responsible for the legislation that legalized brewpubs in Vermont (1985-88) and New Hampshire (1995). Mr. Noonan authored the newly revised brewers’ reference, the New Brewing Lager Beer (Brewers Publications, Boulder, CO,  (1985, 1996), as well as Scotch Ale (Brewers Publications, Boulder, CO, 1993), and the soon-to-be-released Seven Barrel Brewery Book of Brewing (GW Kent, Ann Arbor Michigan, 1996). He earned recognition as a Certified Judge by the Beer Judge Certification Program, was a frequent contributor to brewing periodicals, a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Brewing Techniques magazine, and had presented diverse technical papers at homebrewers’ and craftbrewers' conferences. He was the 2005 recipient of the Russell Schehrer Award for Innovation in Brewing. In 2007 his lecture on Beer Styles was a highlight of the American Brewers Guild Summer class. This lecture, preserved on DVD, remains an important part of the educational material at the Guild.

Application for Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship

This is a scholarship providing full tuition to the Intensive Brewing Science and Engineering Class beginning in June of 2017. There is no re-imbursement of expenses associated with attendance of the compulsory final week of the program, at a brewery of our choosing, located in New England during the final week of the class in November of 2017. Applicants must fill out our school application for in full and also submit essay answers to the following four questions.

1. Please describe your current qualifications and work, and your goals on entering the brewing industry. Where do you see yourself in 5 years, 10 years, and why?

2. Please relate how the Intensive Brewing Science and Engineering course will help you meet these goals.

3. Please discuss how your accomplishments so far have demonstrated your dedication to the art of craft brewing.

4. Please indicate how you will help honor Greg Noonan’s legacy of openness, helping other brewers and sharing knowledge for the betterment of all brewers and beer drinkers

Please provide two letters of recommendation, with one letter being from a professional person, in support of your application along with relevant contact information for all parties. Please note that the content of your application and recommendations are very important, as this information is all the selection committee has to evaluate your candidacy.

Candidates applying for the Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship must include a completed application, however the application fee of $45 is waived. The registration form can be downloaded here. All the above is to be sent for arrival by April 30th, 2017 to:

American Brewers Guild
ATTN: Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship
1001 Maple Street, Salisbury, VT  05769

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The Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship

Posted by Steve Parkes on Monday 30 January 2017 at 12:54 PM

The American Brewers Guild is proud to announce a scholarship opportunity. The 2017 Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship is awarded for the Intensive Brewing Science and Engineering class once per year. The scholarship is open to residents of New England, which includes the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Applicants must meet our prerequisites for admission into the program.

For more information, please see our scholarship page here.

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AARON BLONDEN & GARTH DONALD SELECTED FOR ABG SCHOLARSHIPS!

Posted by Rick Hadsall on Monday 12 December 2016 at 05:04 PM


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 2016

 
From an outstanding group of talented applicants, Aaron Blonden of Chainline Brewing Company (Kirkland, WA) and Garth Donald of Stormy Mountain Brewing (Chelan, WA) have been named recipients of the 2017 American Brewers Guild scholarships.  Anthony and Garth will both be attending the ABG's Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering course that runs from January to June 2017.  
 
Aaron Blonden is Head Brewer at Chainline Brewing Company.  An avid homebrewer, Aaron translated his passion in a profession at a mid-sized brewery before moving onto a wide range of roles at a large production craft brewery.  The Selection Committee highlighted Aaron's "pioneering spirit and commitment to continually expanding his stylistic and technical frontiers through constant learning and study."  "His ability to blend home brewing experimentation with the tight discipline of fast-based production brewing makes his current endeavor at Chainline a perfect fit.  With that backdrop, Aaron stands to benefit enormously from the ABG course."  Added another Selection Committee member: "Aaron's commitment to his brewing community and ability to inspire others also make him an ideal recipient for the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation scholarship."
 
Garth Donald leads brewery operations at Stormy Mountain Brewing, a brewpub in rural Washington.  Garth has deep roots as a homebrewer and worked for a number of years at a large regional homebrew supply shop.  "Garth parlayed his love of brewing, which was so evident in his dedication to his homebrewing community, to helping establish a new brewpub.  The common theme in Garth is that he has a true orientation and proven desire to give back to his community."  Added another Selection Committee member: "Garth is an ideal candidate as he can directly apply the ABG course knowledge to his new brewery operation but, perhaps even more importantly, share his knowledge widely in the collaborative spirit that he embodies." 
 
In our eighth year of collaboration with ABG, this year marked the first year that two scholarships were awarded.  We were able to do so given a generous donation by Sierra Nevada from their "Beer Camp Across America" initiative.  They wanted to sponsor a scholarship specifically to the American Brewers Guild through the Falconer Foundation to support a deserving, rising brewer.  A big shout out to Sean Lawson of Lawson's Finest Liquids (Warren, VT), which was a brewery in the 2016 "Beer Camp Across America" collaboration, who most kindly suggested that an ABG brewing course be the worthy cause for the Sierra Nevada donation.  Cheers to all of you!!
 
The American Brewers Guild is a premier school for the craft brewing industry dedicated to providing a comprehensive learning experience that focuses on the technical, scientific, and operational matters and issues that brewers face in a craft brewing environment.  The Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering course is a 22-week distance education program with a final week of residential instruction.  The course covers all the fundamentals of beer production and quality assurance with a special emphasis on practical issues.  Our deepest gratitude to ABG for its long-standing support for the Foundation's brewing education scholarship program.
 
Join us in thanking the Selection Committee of Jamie Floyd, Owner and Founding Brewer of Ninkasi Brewing, Alan Moen, Senior Writer and Columnist for American Brewer Magazine, Shaun O'Sullivan, Brewmaster and Co-Founder of 21st Amendment Brewery, Steve Parkes, Owner and Lead Instructor of American Brewers Guild, and Alan Sprints, Top Dog at Hair of the Dog Brewery and Tasting Room, was given the difficult decision of selecting a single recipient from a deep and talented group of deserving candidates.
 
The Falconer Foundation has granted over 30 scholarships over the past dozen years and is dedicated to promoting knowledge and expertise in the craft brewing industry in memory and honor of Glen Hay Falconer.  For more information on the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation, visit www.glenfalconerfoundation.org and follow us on Facebook.
 
Glen Hay Falconer Foundation
falconerfoundation@earthlink.net
 

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2017 Glen Hay Falconer Foundation Brewing Scholarship Announced!

Posted by Rick Hadsall on Monday 12 September 2016 at 09:40 AM

The 2017 Glen Hay Falconer Foundation Brewing Scholarship Is Taking Applications!

About the Scholarship

In collaboration with the American Brewers Guild, the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation is offering a full-tuition scholarship to the Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering course that begins on January 23, 2017 and runs through June 30, 2017.

The Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering (“IBS&E”) course is a 22-week distance education program with a final week of residential instruction in Middlebury, Vermont.  The IBS&E course is specifically designed for professional and aspiring craft brewers seeking formal training in brewing science.  The program provides a comprehensive learning experience that focuses on the technical, scientific, and operational matters and issues that brewers face in a craft brewing environment.  

The scholarship is open to professional brewers and homebrewers from the states of Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Hawaii, and California’s northern geographic region (San Francisco Bay/Monterey Bay areas and north).  The scholarship includes a $1,000 stipend to help offset travel and lodging expenses for the final onsite week in Middlebury, Vermont. 

The selection committee is comprised of professional craft brewers and brewing industry experts. The full application must be received no later than November 8, 2016.

About the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation

The Glen Hay Falconer Foundation is a non-profit organization created to commemorate and celebrate the life, interests, and good works of a well-loved and leading Northwest brewer.  The mission of the Foundation is to contribute to the Northwest craft brewing community by providing opportunities for professional and aspiring brewers to further their knowledge and expertise.  Since 2004, the Foundation has granted a total of 28 brewing education scholarships to brewers from throughout the Pacific Northwest.

The Foundation receives funding a variety of sources including the annual Sasquatch Brew Fest that takes place in Eugene, Oregon, by donations from participating pubs in the Sasquatch Legacy Project where scholarship recipients join together each year to brew a specially crafted beer, and by private donations and fund raisers.  

The Foundation is a beneficiary of Yakima Chief-Hopunion’s Falconer’s Flight® initiative.  Falconer’s Flight® is an exclusive proprietary blend created to honor and support the legacy of Glen Hay Falconer and many notable breweries have developed beer around the Falconer Flight® hop.  

The Foundation also produces the Sasquatch BrewAm golf tournament pairing all levels of golfers and beer lovers with celebrity brewers.  

For more information on the Foundation and its activities, please visit our website at www.glenfalconerfoundation.org and follow us on Facebook.

About Glen Hay Falconer

Passion, dedication, and creativity defined Glen Falconer’s beers and his entire approach to life. 

Glen began his brewing career as an avid homebrewer and dedicated member of the Cascade Brewers Society, a clan of skilled homebrewers based in the Eugene/Springfield, Oregon area. As a professional brewer, Glen continued to support the craft of homebrewing by providing access to brewing ingredients, procedures and unique beer recipes. 

In 1990, Glen followed his dream and pursued a professional brewing career, beginning at Steelhead Brewery in Eugene.  Glen continued to refine his skills at the renowned Rogue Ales in Newport, Oregon, working side-by-side with his close friend and mentor John Maier. 

In 1996, Glen became head brewer at the Wild Duck Brewery in Eugene, providing six regular beers on tap as well as a wide variety of specialty ales and lagers each season. Glen continued as head brewer at the Wild Duck until his untimely death in 2002. 

Enlarging on the tradition of brewing, laughing heartily and embracing adventure fully represented Glen’s life. While Glen won numerous professional craft brewing prizes and accolades, perhaps his finest accomplishment was the back-to-back Gold Medals received posthumously for his Auld Gnarly Head Barley Wine at the 2002 and 2003 Great American Beer Festival.

 

Application for Glen Hay Falconer Foundation Brewing Scholarships

Candidates applying for the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation Brewing Scholarship must include a completed application and supporting information as described on the Admissions page. Note that the application fee is waived for scholarship applicants.

In addition to completing the Standard IBS&E Application Form, applicants must also address the two essay questions below and provide two letters of recommendation, with one letter being from a professional brewer.

1) Relate how your accomplishments have demonstrated your dedication to the art of craft brewing.

2) Discuss how you will help further the goals of the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation. 

Note the content of your application, quality of your essay responses, and letters of recommendation are very important, as this information is all the Selection Committee has to evaluate your candidacy. 

The complete application package including essay questions and letters of recommendation must be sent for arrival by November 8, 2016 to the address below.  If you submit your application electronically, it must be in one single PDF file.

American Brewers Guild Diploma Program
1001 Maple Street 
Salisbury, VT  05769

All applicants will be contacted directly by the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation by December 9, 2016.

The American Brewers Guild is proud to continue our partnership with the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation and wishes all applications the best of luck.

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Beer Appreciation Spots Open!

Posted by Ron Cotti on Monday 13 June 2016 at 12:20 PM

Sign up now for the November 26th Beer Appreciation class.   Class will take place Saturday, November 26th at Drop In Brewing in Middlebury...click the link for more details.

http://www.abgbrew.com/index.php/programs/beerappreciation

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2016 Greg Noonan Scholarship Awarded

Posted by Ron Cotti on Tuesday 31 May 2016 at 05:30 PM

We are pleased to announce the winner of the 2016 Greg Noonan Scholarship. This award was developed to continue Greg's legacy and honor his contributions to craft brewing. 

Congratulations to Bev Armstrong from Watertown MA.  UPDATE Unfortunately Bev was unable to avail herself of the opportunity

The caliber of candidate was exceptional and all were deserving of winning the scholarship. Choosing a winner was a painstaking and incredibly difficult process. The winning candidate was chosen by a panel of experienced and credentialed brewmasters from across the country. The panel consisted of: 

Dan DelGrande
Brewmaster/Owner, Bison Brewing Company, Oakland, CA
Russ Fitzgerald
Brewmaster, Vermont Pub and Brewery, Burlington, VT
Nick Funnell
Brewmaster, and Sales rep for Brewers Supply Group
Scott Shirley
Brewmaster, Harpoon Brewery in Windsor VT

The winning candidate, Bev Armstrong, impressed several of the panel with her motivation and approach to getting into the industry. One of the panel said of Bev, "she exemplifies the characteristics that I believe would make a great brewer: she is passionate about craft beer, hard-working, enthusiastic, a continuous learner and is overall an outstanding candidate."

Congratulations to Bev Armstrong, winner of the 2016 Greg Noonan Scholarship!

To learn more about available scholarship programs, visit our scholarship information page.

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The Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship

Posted by Ron Cotti on Wednesday 20 January 2016 at 03:08 PM

The American Brewers Guild is proud to announce a scholarship opportunity. The 2016 Greg Noonan New England Brewer’s Scholarship is awarded for the Intensive Brewing Science and Engineering class once per year. The scholarship is open to residents of New England, which includes the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Applicants must meet our prerequisites for admission into the program.

For more information, please see our scholarship page here.

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JEN JORDAN RISES TO TOP FOR FALCONER FOUNDATION AMERICAN BREWERS GUILD SCHOLARSHIP

Posted by Ron Cotti on Thursday 17 December 2015 at 02:44 PM


From an outstanding group of talented applicants, Jen Jordan of Anchor Brewing Company (San Francisco, CA) has been named recipient of the 2016 Glen Hay Falconer Foundation scholarship to the American Brewers Guild.   Jenn will be attending the American Brewers Guild's Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering course that runs from January to July 2016.  The Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering course is a 22-week distance education program with a final week of residential instruction.  The course covers all the fundamentals of beer production and quality assurance with a special emphasis on practical issues.  
 
In making its final decision, the Selection Committee members were impressed by Jen's level of demonstrated accomplishment both as a long-time and continuing homebrewer and her notable rapid transition into the professional brewing ranks.  Perhaps the words of a committee member summarize it best: "Among a field of many fine candidates, Jen stood out for her dedication to the craft of brewing and the goals of the Glen Falconer Foundation. A passionate homebrewer, she left a long career as a public schoolteacher to pursue her dream of becoming a commercial brewer, and was the first female brewer ever hired by the Anchor Brewing Company. Jen's strong commitment to the homebrewing community and her well-expressed desire to improve her brewing skills with further professional education make her an excellent choice for the ABG scholarship."
The brewing scholarship is a full-tuition grant along with travel stipend that is offered in collaboration with the American Brewers Guild.  The American Brewers Guild is a premier school for the craft brewing industry dedicated to providing a comprehensive learning experience that focuses on the technical, scientific, and operational matters and issues that brewers face in a craft brewing environment. 
 
The Selection Committee, consisting of Ben Dobler, Innovation Brewer at Widmer Brothers Brewing/Craft Brewing Alliance, Alan Moen, Senior Writer and Columnist for American Brewer Magazine, Shaun O'Sullivan, Brewmaster and Co-Founder of 21st Amendment Brewery, Steve Parkes, Owner and Lead Instructor of American Brewers Guild, and Alan Sprints, Top Dog at Hair of the Dog Brewery and Tasting Room, was given the difficult decision of selecting a single recipient from a deep and talented group of deserving candidates.  
 
The Foundation extends congratulations to Jen and a sincere appreciation to all the applicants for their interest and enthusiasm for the Falconer Foundation American Brewers Guild scholarship.  The Foundation thanks the Selection Committee for its hard work and energy and extends its gratitude to the American Brewers Guild for its long-standing support for the Foundation's brewing scholarship program.
 
The Falconer Foundation has granted over 30 scholarships over the past dozen years and is dedicated to promoting knowledge and expertise in the craft brewing industry in memory and honor of Glen Hay Falconer.
 
For more information on the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation, visit www.glenfalconerfoundation.org and follow us on Facebook.
 
Glen Hay Falconer Foundation
falconerfoundation@earthlink.net
 

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2016 GLEN HAY FALCONER FOUNDATION BREWING SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCED

Posted by Ron Cotti on Wednesday 19 August 2015 at 10:24 AM

About the Brewing Scholarship

In collaboration with the American Brewers Guild, the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation is offering a full-tuition scholarship to the Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering course that begins on January 25, 2016 and runs through July 1, 2016.

The Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering (“IBS&E”) course is a 22-week distance education program with a final week of residential instruction in Middlebury, Vermont.  The IBS&E course is specifically designed for professional and aspiring craft brewers seeking formal training in brewing science.  The program provides a comprehensive learning experience that focuses on the technical, scientific, and operational matters and issues that brewers face in a craft brewing environment. 

The scholarship is open to professional brewers and homebrewers from the states of Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Hawaii, and California’s northern geographic region (San Francisco Bay/Monterey Bay areas and north).  The scholarship includes a $1,000 stipend to help offset travel and lodging expenses for the final onsite week in Middlebury, Vermont.

The selection committee is comprised of professional craft brewers and brewing industry experts. The full application must be received no later than November 9, 2015.

To learn more about available scholarship programs, visit our scholarship information page.

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Falconer Foundation Scholarship Awarded!

Posted by Christine McKeever on Thursday 14 August 2014 at 10:20 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

December 2014

 ** MATT COOK NAMED RECIPIENT OF COVETED FALCONER FOUNDATION AMERICAN BREWERS GUILD SCHOLARSHIP **

From an outstanding group of talented applicants, Matt Cook of Odin Brewing Company (Seattle, WA) has been named recipient of the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation scholarship to the American Brewers Guild.   Matt will be attending the American Brewers Guild's Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering course that runs from January through June 2015.  The Intensive Brewing Science & Engineering course is a 22-week distance education program with a final week of residential instruction.  The course is designed for brewers and homebrewers who lack formal training in brewing science and covers all the fundamentals of beer production and quality assurance.  

 In making its final decision, the Selection Committee members were impressed by Matt’s level of demonstrated accomplishment as well as his true passion for the craft brewing movement.  In the words of a committee member: "Matt really embodies what is means to be a Falconer Foundation recipient in the way he is naturally collaborative.  He realizes that brewing less about his own noteworthy accomplishments than it is about lifting everyone's skill level and infusing others with his palpable joy of brewing."  Another committee member added: "Matt clearly has superior technical aptitude in brewery engineering coupled with an innate curiosity.  He takes these talents and orients them towards the customer experience."  This year set a record for the most applications ever submitted in the history of the Falconer Foundation brewing scholarship program.  The committee noted that the applicant pool was the deepest ever in terms of qualifications, accomplishments, and talent.  Rising to the top of such an incredible group of brewers is noteworthy in itself.

The brewing scholarship is a full-tuition grant along with travel stipend that is offered in collaboration with the American Brewers Guild.  The American Brewers Guild is a premier school for the craft brewing industry dedicated to providing a comprehensive learning experience that focuses on the technical, scientific, and operational matters and issues that brewers face in a craft brewing environment. 

 The Selection Committee, consisting of Ben Dobler, Innovation Brewer at Widmer Brothers Brewing/Craft Brewing Alliance, Christian Ettinger, Brewmaster-Owner of Hopworks Urban Brewing, Alan Moen, Senior Writer and Columnist for American Brewer Magazine, Shaun O’Sullivan, Brewmaster and Co-Founder of 21st Amendment Brewery, Steve Parkes, Owner and Lead Instructor of American Brewers Guild, and Alan Sprints, Top Dog at Hair of the Dog Brewery and Tasting Room, were given the difficult decision of selecting a single recipient from a deep and talented group of deserving candidates.  

The Foundation extends congratulations to Matt and a sincere appreciation to all the applicants for their interest and enthusiasm for the Falconer Foundation American Brewers Guild scholarship.  The Foundation thanks the Selection Committee for its hard work and energy and extends its gratitude to the American Brewers Guild for its long-standing support for the Foundation’s brewing scholarship program.

The Falconer Foundation has granted 28 scholarships over the past decade and is dedicated to promoting knowledge and expertise in the craft brewing industry in memory and honor of Glen Hay Falconer.

For more information on the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation, visit www.glenfalconerfoundation.org and follow us on Facebook.

Glen Hay Falconer Foundation

falconerfoundation@earthlink.net

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Scholarship News

Posted by Christine McKeever on Thursday 5 June 2014 at 11:43 AM

We are pleased to announce the winner of the 2014 Greg Noonan Scholarship. This award was developed to continue Greg's legacy and honor his contributions to craft brewing.

Congratulations to Brett Bauer from Watertown MA.

The caliber of candidate was exceptional and all were deserving of winning the scholarship. Choosing a winner was a painstaking and incredibly difficult process. The winning candidate was chosen by a panel of experienced and credentialed brewmasters from across the country. The panel consisted of:

Dan DelGrande
Brewmaster/Owner, Bison Brewing Company, Oakland, CA
Russ Fitzgerald
Brewmaster, Vermont Pub and Brewery, Burlington, VT
Nick Funnell
Brewmaster, and Sales rep for Brewers Supply Group
Scott Shirley
Brewmaster, Harpoon Brewery in Windsor VT

The winning candidate Brett Bauer impressed several of the panel with his motivation and approach to getting into the industry. One of the panel said of Brett, "he exemplifies the characteristics that I believe would make a great brewer: he is passionate about craft beer, hard-working, enthusiastic, a continuous learner and is overall and outstanding candidate."

Congratulations to Brett Bauer, winner of the 2014 Greg Noonan Scholarship!

To learn more about available scholarship programs, visit our scholarship information page.

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