Get Involved

Growing the business and giving back to the community.

Whether you're already a member or you're thinking about becoming a member, there are several ways that you can get involved in our co-op.

Join the Co-op — or Sign Up a Friend

For every new member who joins our co-op, we get one step closer to realizing the goal of opening the doors of our own tap room or brewpub. We are asking for your help in achieving this goal.

If you haven't become a member yet, what are you waiting for? You know you want to. Think about inviting your friends over for a drink by saying, "let's grab a drink at my bar."

If you're already a member, ask your friends and family to join. Or buy them a gift membership. Just imagine the look of their faces when you tell them that they are a part-owner of their own brewpub!

Just click on the "Join Now" button to get started.

Join a committee

As we move closer to opening our doors, there are many factors that need to be considered and plans that need to be put in place. To help drive these efforts forward, there are several committees that focus on various aspects of the business.

Your input is welcomed and encouraged. Do you have a special skill or experience that would help out with a certain committee? Great. Join one today. Are you just interested in helping guide the brewpub but have no skill or expertise in that area? Great. It doesn't matter. Join a committee anyway (just in case you want to have some fun).

There's no requirement for any of these committees other than a desire to help move the co-op forward. We have a lot of exciting things in the works and we'd love to have more input and assistance in getting this done.

Click on one of the committee names below for a brief description of what that committee does.

Brewing Committee

The charter of this committee includes the following activities:

  • Develop beer recipes for the beer produced by our co-op
  • Research brewing and storage expenses
  • Research brewery construction and operating expenses
  • Coordinate acquisition of beer for events
  • Coordinate outreach to other beer groups in the area
  • Develop job description for Brewmaster
  • Coordinate production and delivery of beer to our distribution center

Board Liaison: Jeff Gale
Chair: Kregg Kemper

Business & Finance Committee

The charter of this committee includes the following activities:

  • Conduct feasibility study and develop business plan
  • Establish accounting system
  • Manage a budget
  • Establish new contract brewing, partner, and supplier accounts
  • Identify technology needs and solutions
  • Manage the co-op's technical assets

Board Liaison: Ian Reddy
Chair: Ian Reddy

Membership Committee

The charter of this committee includes the following activities:

  • Plan events to encourage member interaction and attract new members
  • Coordinate with Sales & Marketing Committee to plan customer events
  • Work with other committees to promote events
  • Provide regular communication to members (e.g. newsletter)
  • Conduct surveys to get feedback from members
  • Follow up with people who have expressed an interest in the co-op

Board Liaison: Noelle Gillies
Chair: Robert Brown

Sales & Marketing Committee

The charter of this committee includes the following activities:

  • Manage ongoing sales accounts
  • Identify and add new customers
  • Track Sales results
  • Manage the delivery of beer to our customers
  • Coordinate with customers to plan special events
  • Plan and execute branding and marketing strategy
  • Nurture beer retailer contacts through to qualified leads for Sales
  • Develop collateral to support sales of co-op's beer
  • Drive awareness of the co-op, through advertising, social media, etc.

Board Liaison: Laura Winter
Chair: Laura Winter

Join Our Slack Group

Our co-op uses Slack to track our board meetings, many of our committee's projects, and several other projects and activities. It's probably the easiest way to keep up to date with everything that's going on in our co-op, and you can choose to follow only those groups or projects that are of interest to you.

To get on board, send a request to

Come to One of Our Events

Getting involved is as easy as showing up to one of our many meetings or events. Check our Meetup page to find out which committees are meeting and when. All of our board meetings are open to all members and to the public, and they’re generally held on the fourth Saturday of every month.

If meetings aren’t your thing, we also have a number of fun-filled activities in which you can participate, including keg-tappings, pub crawls, and tasting events. There is also a semi-official trivia team, made up of members and non-members. It’s a great opportunity to meet other members — and participate in a mini-beer-fest every week.

We look forward to seeing you at our next event.

Join Our Online Communities

In any given month, we have a lot going on. Joining one or more of our online communities is the best way to keep up with all of our upcoming events. Here are the different ways to follow us:











Drink Our Beer

One of the easiest — and most satisfying — ways to participate is to enjoy one of our beers. Check out the Beer page for our line-up of beers and the Where to Buy page to see where our beer is being poured.