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Wednesday, November 4, 2020

San Antonio craft beer star Marcus Baskerville elected to board of national Brewers Association

Posted By on Wed, Nov 4, 2020 at 2:39 PM

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And now, some positive election news.

Marcus Baskerville — founder of SA’s Weathered Souls Brewing Co., whose Black is Beautiful social-justice campaign grabbed international headlines — has been elected to the Brewers Association’s 2020 board of directors.

The Brewers Association is a Colorado-based trade association that advocates for American craft brewers, who can use all they help they can get competing against the giant globe-spanning conglomerates.

The Brewers Association's board governs the activities of the professional division of the association as well as the American Homebrewers Association and Brewers Publications.

Baskerville’s three-year term as a new Pub Breweries board member will begin in February of next year. He joins four other new members elect from breweries in Maine, Georgia, California and Ohio.

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