|Brent Weycker, Co-Owner, Co-Founder
Favorite Titletown Beer: Boathouse Pilsner
Death Row Last Meal: My wife's linguini and clam sauce
Favorite Word: Doppleganger
Color of toothbrush: Purple
Nerdiest Thing I Do Outside of Work: Read Wall Street Journal every morning
Favorite Film: Zulu
|Jim Kratowicz, Chief Operating Officer
Favorite Titletown Beer: Bent Tuba & Ron Wolf Draught
Death Row Last Meal: Bone in ribeye with mashed potatoes (skin on). No broccoli - it can burn with me
Favorite Word: Kumquat
Color of toothbrush: Blue & White
Most Inspiring Part of Job: The combination of working on serious business and also being the fun going beer company.
Favorite Film: Godfather Part 1 & 2
|Jenna Ferron, Controller
Favorite TBC Beer: Haze-a-Saurus & Ludicrous Lager
Death Row Last Meal: Ribeye | Cooked Medium Rare with mashed potatoes
Favorite Cereal: Before I was lactose intolerant? Captain Crunch (especially the berries)
Favorite Summer Activity: Lounging on the beach - looking for glass stones
College Nickname: J-Train or Stretch
Favorite Word: Cattywampus
|Kate Beauchamp, General Manager
Favorite TBC Beer: Green 19 IPA
Death Row Last Meal: Surf n Turf
Favorite Cereal: Honey Bunches n Oates
Toothbrush Color: Purple
Nickname: Kit Kat & Kate Panda
Most inspiring part of your job: Planning an event from start to finish and making a client's vision come to life.
Favorite Word: Charcuterie
|Jed Petrie, Brewmaster
Favorite TBC Beer: All of the beers here are like my children, and like most parents, I definitely have favorites. It can depend on which one is being particularly difficult at the time, but I'll drink a Dark Helmet any day.
Death Row Last Meal: Gigantic still-cool-in-the-center steak smothered in mushrooms
Nerdiest Thing I Do Outside of Work: Literally everything I do is nerdy. I play with statistics for fun and my favorite book is "The Physics of Star Trek".
Favorite Lion King Character: If someone answers anything but Pumba, they are lying.
Favorite Word: Not sure, Reinheistgebot is fun to say.
Most Inspiring Part of Your Job: The feeling when, after a very long day of slinging grain bags, tossing kegs, fixing pumps, and kicking bottlers, you can sit down, relax, and enjoy the beautiful and delicious beer that makes it all worth it.