The Brewers Association has appointed three members to the Board of Directors. Each will serve a two-year term when the board begins its new term in February.
The new members are:
Pamela Brulotte, founder, Icicle Brewing, Munchen Haus Bavarian Grill and Beer Garden, Leavenworth, Wash.
Peter Skrbek, CFO, Deschutes Brewery, Bend, Ore.
Fred Matt, president, Saranac Brewery/Matt Brewing Co., Utica, N.Y.
Meanwhile, the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) Governing Committee has appointed Cassie Salinas of Everett, Wash., to fill one of its two seats on the BA board. Salinas will serve a three-year term beginning in February 2022.
The new board members join five recently elected board members:
Tomme Arthur, co-founder, Port Brewing and The Lost Abbey, San Marcos, Calif.
Leah Cheston, owner, Right Proper Brewing Company, Washington, D.C.
Jason Lavery, president/founding brewer, Lavery Brewing Company, Erie, Pa.
Garrett Marrero, CEO/co-founder, Maui Brewing Co., Kihei, Hawaii
Current board members moving off the board in February are Leslie Henderson, Lazy Magnolia Brewing Co., Kiln, Miss; Larry Horwitz, TEN20 Craft Brewery, Louisville, Ky.; Jose Mallea, Biscayne Bay Brewing, Miami, Fla; and Jill Marilley, AHA appointee, Everett, Wash.