Tag: Tod Mott

  
Going Their Own Way: Top Brewers Seek New Opportunities Feature by

After putting in a decade or more at successful companies, a growing number of lauded brewers are fleeing the daily grind to launch their own operations. But why would they want to leave, and why now?

Crowdfunding with Equity: Craft Breweries Will Soon Have a New Way to Close the Funding Gap The Business of Beer by

A new form of equity crowdfunding will allow breweries and other startups to raise money by selling stock to average-Joe investors.

Beer News News by

Mott’s Tributary Brewing opens; DeLuca seeks to revive New Albion; Strumke scores with Brazilian collaboration; and National Homebrew Competition sets record.

Tod Mott, Co-founder and Brewer, Tributary Brewing Co. Last Call by

Tod Mott started as an all-grain homebrewer in the late ’80s; after an internship at Catamount, he landed a gig with Harpoon and then joined Portsmouth Brewery. Now Mott and his wife are opening Tributary Brewing Co., in Maine.

Al Marzi Going Pro by

Eighteen years ago, Al Marzi was hauling kegs for Harpoon. Now, he’s the guy filling those kegs. He’s in charge of two breweries, in Boston and Windsor, Vt. He’s nurturing regional flagship brands and springing one-offs on an expectant populace.

Tod Mott of Portsmouth Brewery Going Pro by

Tod Mott has worked all over New England, but settled into a nice groove at the Portsmouth Brewery, Smuttynose’s brewpub sister.