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Marc Aparicio

An 88' Coupeville grad and a US Coast Guard Helicopter Pilot veteran (2015).  In his spare time,  Marc has been involved in the craft beer industry in many different ways through competitions, clubs, organizing festivals, homebrewing (since 1996), mead making, beer tasting, and studying to be a certified cicerone (cicerone.org).   He has toured the nation (Alaska to Puerto Rico) and overseas (France, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Holland and Italy), always looking for the best beer.  Marc's background is in Aerospace Engineering (Systems Engineering) and Business (Logistics and Supply Chain Management). Currently, in addition to running the Taproom/Brewery, Marc works as a consultant in the Aerospace Industry, and teaches at Arizona State University in the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering.


Mitch Aparicio

An 87' Coupeville grad, technology salesman by day and rock star wannabe drummer by night, having founded the local classic rock bands Jacobs Road and Mussel Flats. Mitch is a seasoned sales and marketing vet who knows the Pacific Northwest and Whidbey Island well.  Mitch has been a strong Coupeville community supporter since moving back to Coupeville with his family in 2000.  Mitch is involved in the community through his church, as a coach, he has supported local businesses and the Coupeville School district through various fundraisers and clubs.  Mitch understands the need for community connections and collaboration with other local businesses.  We will host a wide variety of arts and entertainment events from around Whidbey Island and beyond.  We will strive to provide the best customer experience possible, focusing on local craft beer, live  music and special events.  Send us your ideas.