Seventh Son owner elected Ohio Craft Brewers Association president

Written by on June 19, 2017 in Beer, News - No comments

The Ohio Craft Brewers Association today announced the results of a recent election for five seats on the organization’s eleven-member board of directors.

Collin Castore of Seventh Son Brewing was elected president of the organization. Castore will become the fourth president of the OCBA since its founding in 2007, following Chris Alltmont of Fat Head’s Brewery, Eric Bean of Columbus Brewing Company, and John Najeway of Thirsty Dog Brewing.

Board member Brady Duncan of MadTree Brewing in Cincinnati was elected secretary to take the seat vacated by Castore. Larry Horwitz of Four String Brewing Company and Tom Schaeffer of Black Cloister Brewing Company were re-elected to their seats, and Wally Weiss of Sibling Revelry Brewing was elected to a first term on the board. The newly-elected members of the board will be seated in August and serve two-year terms expiring in 2019.

The Ohio Craft Brewers Association is a nonprofit guild that exists to promote and preserve Ohio’s unified craft brewing industry.


full disclosure: I’m on the marketing committee for the OCBA

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