President & Publisher
Daniel has been knocking about the craft beer industry since before many of you were born. He really is that old, and that passionate. Partner in a brewpub, former president of the craft brewers trade association, director for many years of the biggest craft beer event in the country, let’s just say he really gets off telling people about great beer and fantastic breweries.
After several years writing for the All About Beer, John joined as editor in early 2013. Based in the metro New York Area, John has been a journalist since 1996, is the author of several beer books and is responsible for steering editorial content for the magazine.
An award-winning journalist and former sports writer who took a sidetrack in advertising, Page is thrilled to be back in publishing. He helps oversee the production of editorial content for the magazine and website. After recently relocating to California, he’s happily exploring the craft beer scene in the Bay Area.
A few years ago, Peter fled the mean streets of NYC for the bucolic joys of southern Durham. Given that he’d been designing magazines and websites for almost 20 years, he’s pleasantly surprised to find himself at another fine publication, and delighted to find his refrigerator full of craft beer.
Technical and Contributing Editor
Before joining the world of beer, Julie studied the behavior of juvenile baboons. She is insistent that any comparison between her current and former careers be entirely complimentary to both species.
New Business Development And Advertising Manager
Amy has been in advertising sales forever. Like forever. She is the mother of two and has been married to Tim Dalton forever. Like forever. She likes weekends at the lake, being the team mom and often contemplates the meaning of gnomes on her drive to work.
Event Sponsorship Information
Events Manager and Volunteer Education Overseer
Leigh cut his teeth in the Seattle/Portland craft beer scene in the mid-90s, and has had a passion for it since. As an avid home brewer, he started to learn the commercial side of brewing after he retired from the US Air Force in 2012. His passion for our festivals as a patron and dedicated volunteer, led him here.