I recently received my PhD in Medieval History and Book History and Print Culture from the University of Toronto. I study the history of bookmaking, and wrote my dissertation on the Ethiopian scribal tradition.
A: I am a high school science teacher by day. But that's not *entirely* outside homebrewing. Long ago, when I taught OAC Biology, I used brewing to illustrate enzyme activity and metabolism while making 50 mL batches - call it a femtobrewery.
By day I work as a Television Editor at Corus Entertainment, by night I'm a Prud'homme Beer Certification instructor and have been working with my business partner and fellow home brewer Pietro Caira to put on People's Pint events and eventually open a brewery together. Continue reading Member Profile: Doug Appeldoorn→
I'm a database administrator and software developer. For the last 10 years I've worked in the IT department at Havergal College, an independent K-12 school for girls. I've also had the pleasure of coaching the senior softball team at Havergal since 2008. I'm also co-founder and organizer of the People's Pint Brewing Collective where Doug Appeldoorn and I bring home brewers together to showcase their talent and creativity. Continue reading Member Profile: Peter (Pietro) Caira→
Currently I'm a brewing student in my 3rd semester at Niagara College's Brewmaster program. Prior to that I was a software developer and wasn't super keen on what I was building or the industry. Right now I've mostly be focusing on the "less fun" parts of brewing like QA/QC, cellaring and filtering. Continue reading Member Profile: Chris Saunders→