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).
Ron handles all the knives, flames, boiling water and spice blends at Yards.
Stay on his good side and you'll be just fine.YEAST FACTORY
A former music icon, known for his acoustic album, "Life's a Mitch,"
Mitch Albach retired from the music industry and took a job with us. He's is our lead brewer which makes perfect sense for this former front man.YEAST FACTORY
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.@YardsBrewingIan
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 ...12 PACK TRAYS
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 email@example.com
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
Before selling beer in Philadelphia, Montgomery and Bucks County, Kristin was actually an undercover FBI agent.
Her most exciting case was when she saved Miss USA from the evil Murphy Brown.@YardsKristin
Tony loves My Morning Jacket and his two Boston Terriers, Layla and Robot Tedward (The First).
He works on our packaging line by day and dreams of becoming Jim James' personal assistant by night.MY MORNING JACKET
Against his better judgement, Tom started Yards in 1994 in a garage in Manayunk.
But the proudest moment of his career in beer is his speaking role in a 1992 Bud Light commercial.1992 Bud Light commercial