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Jace Gonnerman was the Beer Director for Meridian and Brookland Pints, and Smoke and Barrel. He’s also worked for Arrowine, with and for Lou’s City Bar, and any good beer you had at the Washington Football Team’s Fed Ex Field over the past few seasons was because of him. Here he is, in his own words. “Well, I’m p ...

And like that, he was Gon(nerman): Jace says goodbye

Jace Gonnerman was the Beer Director for Meridian and Brookland Pints, and Smoke and Barrel. He’s also worked for Arrowine, with and for Lou’s City Bar, and any good beer you had at the Washington Football Team’s Fed Ex Field over the past few seasons was because of him. Here he is, in his own words.
“Well, I’m packin up my game and I’ma head out West.” Well, southwest. Well, slightly southwest. But I had to find a way to open with the words of Poet Laureate Kid Rock.
I’m not sure if I’ve earned or deserve this space, but Jake from DCBeer said I could have it, so here we go.
After almost a decade working in craft beer in DC, I’ve accepted a job with Starr Hill as the General Manager of two of their taprooms: Charlottesville and Crozet.
Being that this is not a world where we can congregate and toast a glass, this is the best way I’ll get to say goodbye to most of you.
We’ve been contemplating a move to Charlottesville for years: closer to family, slower pace of life, bigger yar

Source: DC Beer

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