CONTRIBUTORS IN THIS ISSUE |
Mark Peters (@wordlust, @cnnyourmom) is a freelance writer and humorist from Chicago. He is the author of Bullshit: A Lexicon and writes columns for The Boston Globe, Mcsweeney’s, Visual Thesaurus, and Comicosity about language, euphemisms, comedy, and Jack Kirby, respectively.
Cat Wolinski is a Brooklyn-based freelance journalist and beer writer. She is the curator/editor of the Brooklyn Beer Book and Queens Beer Book (Brokelyn-qns); the NYC brew news columnist for the print beer newspaper, Ale Street News, and she contributes to many publications online. She also has a beer blog, Beer Affair. Find her on Instagram and Twitter @beeraffair.
Josh Weikert is a founding member of the Stoney Creek Homebrewers, has medaled in every BJCP beer style, is a BJCP Grand Master Judge and Certified Cicerone, and is a two-time Eastern Pennsylvania Homebrewer of the Year. He leads a double life as the jet-setting author of the Beer: Simple blog (beer-simple.com).
Kate Bernot is the staff writer at The Takeout, where she covers food, beer, booze, and other delicious topics. She was previously the beer editor at DRAFT Magazine and is a certified beer judge. She lives in Missoula, Montana, with a black lab and five backyard chickens.
John M. Verive is a freelance writer dedicated to growing the craft-beer scene in L.A. He’s the founder of Beer of Tomorrow (Beerof Tomorrow.com) and the former editor of Beer Paper LA (a monthly print newspaper). He covers the beer beat for the Los Angeles Times and is a Certified Cicerone.
John Holl is the senior editor of Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine®. A journalist since 1996, his work has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and more. He’s the author of the American Craft Beer Cookbook and other books. On Twitter @John_holl.