All About Beer Magazine delivers the best journalism, content and perspective for the global beer scene. Headquartered in Durham, NC, the company publishes six editions of the magazine each year, and runs numerous World Beer Festivals and special events. Our staff is comprised of experts, geeks and nomads who share one thing in common – we love beer.
Long ago, Chris founded one of North Carolina’s first and leading breweries in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Then he advised another successfully in Raleigh. Somewhere in there he picked up an MBA from the University of North Carolina, which really only gave him more standing to say, “Go Tar Heels!” Chris enjoys seeing people experience beer—it’s not hard to enjoy, and once it happens, well, that’s a happy place. As President, he works on creating and improving all the ways that All About Beer Magazine can help beer lovers experience craft beer.
Daniel has been knocking about the 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.
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Based in New York, John Holl is the editor of All About Beer Magazine, responsible for steering and assigning editorial content for print and online. A journalist since 1996, he worked at The New York Times and other newspapers before making the transition to beer journalism in 2007. He’s the author of several books including The American Craft Beer Cookbook, and contributed to The Oxford Companion to Beer. An award-winning reporter, he is also the host of the Beer Briefing on iHeartRadio and a syndicated newspaper columnist.
Contact John about: News, press releases, story pitches, editorial matters
An award-winning journalist and former sports writer, Page joined All About Beer Magazine in early 2013. He helps oversee the production of editorial content for the magazine and website. After recently relocating to California, he’s happily exploring the beer scene in the Bay Area.
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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 great beer.
Contact Peter about: Art and photography
Ken is an award-winning beer writer and the author of The Northern California Craft Beer Guide. He previously served as editor in chief of RateBeer Weekly, growing the digital publication to nearly 130,000 subscribers during his tenure. He oversees beer curation and content in its myriad forms on both the magazine and festival sides.
Contact Ken about: Beer Talk and beer reviews
Heather has been covering the stories behind beer since her first assignment at a weekly newspaper in Boston. After writing a beer column for two years, she left to travel the country in search of good beer and good stories. As News Editor she is always on the lookout for new beer releases, events, news and tips.
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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.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT—WORLD BEER FESTIVALS—MARKETING
After being introduced to the craft beer scene while working at a local brewery in college, Adam decided this industry was for him. As Director of Beer Programs he enjoys working closely with breweries and wholesalers to facilitate the growth of the beer industry. Through education and events he hopes to spread his love of beer to others.
Brandi has been planning events and managing sponsor relations for various organizations for the past seven years. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to apply these skills to the beer industry. Brandi lives with her husband Mike and their daughter Brooke in Apex.
A native son of North Carolina, Daniel once had the fortunate assignment of writing about Asheville’s breweries for his university paper. The article (and a requisite taste of Highland Brewing’s Oatmeal Porter) inspired him to continue writing about beer, which he has done for a variety of publications. He is also the author of Charlotte Beer: A History of Brewing in the Queen City and Beer Lover’s the Carolinas.
Contact Daniel about: All About Beer’s online content and social media presence.