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Yards Bewing Company

People of Yards

It would make for a nice story if we came from a long line of brewers.

The truth is, we come from a long line of beer drinkers. So we know what good beer tastes like, and we imagine that after you try a few of our handcrafted ales, you will too. These are the folks who make the beer (plus a few friends we'd like you to meet).

People of yards
  • Doug Mashington

    Doug Mashington

    Doug joined the sales team in 2011.

    He represents about half of Philadelphia as well as Delaware and Chester Counties. He's a chatter and would love to talk beer with you. Email him, address below.

  • Jeff Slick

    Jeff Slick

    An enlightened scholar, DJ Jazzy Slick, works in the lab here.

    His musical selections and insightful quotes keep everyone on their intellectual toes.

  • Gallagher Nutting

    Gallagher Nutting

    Gallagher is our North Jersey sales rep.

    We hired him not only because he is twice Tom's size but also because Ron (our other NJ rep) kept ending up in Ohio when we asked him to go to Princeton. Gallagher is also the kindest man alive.

  • Andrew Goldstein

    Andrew Goldstein

    Andrew used to work in a bean factory.

    Now he works in a beer factory. Next up, beef factory?

  • Mark Granacki

    Mark Granacki

    We've known Mark Granacki since the early days at Dawson Street.

    He's our Packaging Lead and keeps Yards flowing into bottles, cases and kegs.

  • Tim Sieck

    Tim Sieck

    Tim, our Warehouse Manager, is like a polar bear.

    Soft and cuddly, loves the cold (box, that is) yet can be ferocious when poked with a stick.

  • Bob Stokes

    Bob Stokes

    Bob likes to keep his friends close and his enemies closer.

    Bob splits his time between the Yards packaging line and slaying bass for Dirt Worshipper, a metal band consisting of mostly Yards employees.

  • Josh Wurzbacher

    Josh Wurzbacher

    Josh started at Yards the way many do, bottling and kegging beers.

    Now you can find him brewing the night shift and attempting to get his great dane Karma to jump higher than his head.

  • Nick Rodgers

    Nick Rodgers

    Nick started out as many do, working the packaging line.

    He found himself gravitating towards the beakers and microscopes in the lab and now heads up our sensory program in the Quality Control Department.

  • Corey Fox

    Corey Fox

    Corey was formerly employed by Heaven.

    He now works here each day to bring our social media to heavenly heights. He also likes to draw. Just turn over one of our 12-pack trays ...

  • Lena Jonsson

    Lena Jonsson

    Lena is Swedish and by far the smartest person currently employed at Yards.

    She and her PhD work in our lab ensuring the beer is consistently awesome.

  • Matt Hall

    Matt Hall

    Matt studied brewing in Germany before coming to work at Yards.

    Like all Yards employees he had to prove his mettle on the packaging line. We let him brew now but strictly forbid the lederhosen he insists on wearing.

  • Ian Wallace

    Ian Wallace

    Ian spends most of his time staring at pictures of Doug the Pug and muttering Mets stats under his breath.

    While he is not gazing at animals, he's out selling beer in Philadelphia and Delaware.

  • Mike Hans

    Mike Hans

    Mike conducts tours of the brewery on the weekends.

    We are not sure what Mike does during the week but we heard he has something to do with Dirty Diamond.

    Dirty Diamond
  • Joe Boyle

    Joe Boyle

    At turns, we refer to him as "The Great" Joe Boyle or "The Grape" Joe Boyle depending on mood.

    Joe used to work for an ice sculpture company. Now he resides as Benevolent Overlord of Eastern PA Sales.

  • Zack Artz

    Zack  Artz

    Zack, our Private Events Manager, has the best teeth of any employee at Yards.

    You may have recognized his pearly whites on the local dentist ads on public access television.

  • Jenny Manalaysay

    Jenny Manalaysay

    Jenny works behind the bar at Yards.

    She can pour four beers at once, but can you drink four beers at once?