Sales Reps

Guy Potts
Off-Premise Sales: Atlantic and Cape May Counties
Phone:
609-675-6796
*Certified Beer Server 2010
Name something on your bucket list:
Drink a beer at Mt. Rushmore
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing?
Hopefully something in music
If you were a beer, what style would you be? Pale Ale, usually approachable, sometimes bitter.
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Cilantro
Best moment in the history of Hunterdon: First time hitting 10,000,000 in gross sales

Seth Osten
Off-Premise Sales: North Central NJ
Phone:
908-752-8149
*Certified Beer Server 2010
If you were a beer, what style would you be? BJCP Style #22: Smoke-Flavored/Wood-Aged Beer
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer. Honeydew melon
Recent food/beer pairing discovery: Schneider Edel-Weisse with an oven-baked Tilapia – cooked in a foil tent with lime juice, fresh dill, dry mustard, Sauvignon Blanc and a homemade garlic and herb butter. Made by me!
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own?
Arrested Development

James Vilade
Off-Premise Sales: Lower Northeast NJ
Phone:
908-418-7847
*Certified Beer Server 2010
Name something on your bucket list:
To play at Bonnaroo
If you were a beer, what style would you be? Barleywine. Because I get better with age
Best moment in the history of Hunterdon:
Shorty driving a packed van to Chicago through a Michigan snow storm.
Recent beer/food pairing discovery:
Sixpoint Resin and an herb-crusted pork tenderloin
If there was a movie made about Hunterdon, what would be the title?
The Man With The Iron Liver: The Dave Masterson Story

Chris Mullowney
Business Development Manager
Phone:
856-313-8234

Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? The Huxtables (I’d be Theo; see beer style question below)
If you were a beer what style would you be? Russian Imperial Stout – because I’m so dark and strong
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon what would you be doing? I’d be traveling the world like a modern day conquistador. In order to amass my unstoppable army I would travel to small villages throughout the world and crush them into submission. I’d be revered as a god and showered with gifts. The world is very lucky that I like beer more than ruling the world with an iron fist.

PJ Sievering
On & Off-Premise Sales: Jersey City
Phone:
973-224-3142

If you weren’t working at Hunterdon what would you be doing? I’d be a Hip Hop Mogul
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Nutella
What style of beer have you been drinking a lot of lately? Tripels. I’ve been really into Anchorage Tide and it’s Takers, Bruery White Oak & Allagash Curieux
Recent food/beer pairing discovery: Weyerbacher Double Simcoe and a mint chocolate chip protein bar
Who is your favorite Goonies character? Chunk. Is anyone going to argue that?

Patrick Morrissey
On Premise Sales: Atlantic & Ocean Counties
Phone:
609-432-8311
*Certified Beer Server 2011
Name something on your bucket list:
Surf Hawaii
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
Black Truffle Barlato with Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA
If there was a movie made about Hunterdon what would be the title?
Shotz Brewery. Dave and Mike played by Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing?
Selling mortgages

Kristin Kaschak
Brand Manager
Phone:
908-672-9850

What is your greatest achievement to date? Not processing mortgages and selling beer instead
Name something on your bucket list.
To go to the Summer Solstice 24 hour sun party in Alaska. It will require numerous naps, but it will be done!
Name an ingredient you want to see in a beer. Hot sauce. In an IPA.
What style of beer have you been drinking a lot of lately?
Whatever is on tap that I haven’t had yet.

Pete Martin
Secret Beer Agent
Phone:
732-513-5038
*Certified Beer Server 2011
What TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? All in the Family
What is your greatest achievement to date? Making it to 30 years old
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer? More pork product-infused beers
What style of beer have you been drinking a lot of lately? Sours
Who is your favorite Goonies character? Mouth

Aaron Kahn
On & Off-Premise Sales: Hoboken
Phone:
201-248-6309

What is your greatest achievement to date?
6 months of travel throughout India, Nepal and Southeast Asia
Name something on your bucket list:
Travel and fly-fishing in Patagonia
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing?
Drinking more water
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Mole spices
Recent food/beer pairing discovery: Alchemist Heady Topper with an incredible lemon square

Scott Crystal
On & Off-Premise Sales: Morris County
Phone:
973-670-3229

Have you ever been bitten by a wild animal? Yep, Canadian Geese can be pretty ornery. I totally deserved it but still, a goose?
What is your greatest achievement to date? Surviving my fiancee’s many attempts to murder me. Most were warranted; some were not..but probably were.
What style of beer have you been drinking a lot of lately? I’ve been on a real Saison binge lately. Like for the past two years.
Recent food/beer pairing discovery: Oskar Blues Deviant Dales with a Bacon Blue Cheese Burger…just sublime.

Rob Forczek
On & Off-Premise Sales: South Jersey
Phone:
609-330-7307
*Certified Beer Server 2011
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? The Griswolds
If you were a beer what style would you be? An Abbey Dubbel. Dark, not very bitter and slightly sweet!
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
Saison with apple smoked baby back ribs
What is your greatest achievement to date? Getting hired at Hunterdon and finally feeling like I’m professionally part of something great!
Name something on your bucket list:
I have always wanted to go to Belgium

Scott Dykman
On & Off-Premise Sales: Eastern Central NJ
Phone:
908-239-2923
*Certified Beer Server 2012
Have you ever been bitten by a wild animal? Yes, I was attacked by a homeless shitzu and was sent to the emergency room when I was 16 years old. And yes, I cried like a little girl.
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing?
I’d be a dog whisperer.
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
Reuben sandwich with a Double IPA
Name something on your bucket list:
To see a live championship boxing match

Rachel Wall
On & Off-Premise Sales: Boonton Area
Phone:
908-581-4798
*Certified Beer Server 2012
Have you ever been bitten by a wild animal? No, but a dingo once tried to eat my baby.
What is your greatest achievement to date? Sailing the entire West Indies from St. Martin to Trinidad.
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own?
Sister Wives; except we are not polygamists, but I hardly think that affects anything.
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
My incredible grilled veggie pizza with Schneider Weisse

Cori Cornett
On-Premise Sales: Upper Bergen & Passaic Counties
Phone:
201-981-4074
*Certified Beer Server 2012
What is your greatest achievement to date? Jumping out of a plane at 13,500 feet
Name something on your bucket list:
To get a passport and travel outside the country
If you were a beer, what style would you be? A Saison/Farmhouse Ale because I’d like to believe that in a past life I was a farmer in Belgium
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Mint
Recent food/beer pairing discovery: Odell’s Bourbon Barrel-Aged Stout with Short Rib Quesadillas

Ryan Broderick
Off-Premise Sales – Mercer & Hunterdon Counties
Phone:
908-415-3338
*Certified Beer Server 2012
Have you ever been bitten by a wild animal? Besides my brother, no.
Name something on your bucket list:
To backpack through Europe to see if I’d survive
If you were a beer, what style would you be? Probably a wild ale, because I’m a wild guy.
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Peanut butter. Definitely peanut butter.
Recent food/beer pairing discovery: Allagash Dubbel with homemade chocolate bread pudding

Todd Rivers
On-Premise Sales: Lower Bergen County
Phone:
973-805-0820
*Certified Beer Server 2011
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own?
The Marsh’s on South Park
What is your greatest achievement to date? Surviving paintball with the Hunterdon crew
Best moment in the history of Hunterdon: Anytime more Cantillon comes to NJ
If you were a beer, what style would you be? A Kolsch – cool, refreshing and humble.
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: More beers with chipotle peppers
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
Stone IPA and Pork Tacos

Amy Karkkainen
Brand Manager
Phone:
917-796-9359
*Certified Beer Server 2012
Have you ever been bitten by a wild animal? Yes, a wild goose while in my stroller. Where were my parents?
What is your greatest achievement to date? Turning my useless B.F.A into a fun career that actually pays the bills
If you were a beer, what style would you be? Sahti – A Finnish primitive farmhouse ale. I’m Scandinavian and slightly tart.
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Buddhas hand
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
Flying Dog Disobedience and maple pancakes

Josh Beer
Spirits Sales Rep: South Jersey
Phone:
201-221-6132
If you were a beer/spirit, what would you be? A mason jar filled with backwoods, barnyard moonshine. I have a certain love affair with utilitarian approaches to converting any and all organic farming products into hooch. Age me in oak or drink me young!
Name something on your bucket list:
To buy my dream car: a late 70′s VW Westfalia Van. It’s the perfect balance of creep and crunch and will act as a cozy refuge when my wife asks me to leave the house after I break out my old leopard print sheets.
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing? Working on an oyster farm…knee deep in bivalves.

Chris Marvel
Off-Premise Sales: Monmouth & Northern Ocean Counties
Phone:
732-581-4319
*Certified Beer Server 2012
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own?
Harry and the Henderson’s
If you were a beer, what style would you be? An English Barleywine because I am more refined and balanced than my intense and insane American counterparts
Who is your favorite Goonies character?
Troy. Talk about complex. Stereotypical jock has the guts to try to murder Brand on the highway yet mere hours later he is hanging out at a wishing well? Explain.
If there was a movie made about Hunterdon, what would be the title?
How Esoteric Fermentation Consulting Got Its Groove Back

Dave O’Rourke
Off-Premise Sales: Hunterdon & Morris Counties
Phone:
908-216-7178
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? Swiss Family Robinson
If you were a beer, what style would you be? An Oud Bruin because I am sweet, complex and becoming more sour as I age
Have you ever been bitten by a wild animal? Yes, my family’s pet cat Dusty. If you had the pleasure to meet her, you would know she was wild.
What is your greatest achievement to date? Convincing my wife Amy, a lawyer, to marry me!
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
Liefmans Cuvee Brut float with raspberry gelato.

Joshua Scott
On-Premise Sales: Mercer & Hunterdon Counties
Phone:
856-304-0909
*Certified Beer Server 2012
Name something on your bucket list:
To take a cross-country road trip visiting a brewery in each state
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing?
Educating the youth of America
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Blood orange
If you were a beer, what style would you be? An American Pale Ale: well rounded, and easy going with a hoppy kick
If there was a movie made about Hunterdon what would be the title?
As the Beer Pours

Matt Lee
Off-Premise Sales: Bergen & Passaic Counties
Phone:
201-675-1389
*Certified Beer Server 2012
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? Probably the Weasleys, because we have a bunch of red-heads and you can’t count all of us on one-hand
If you were a beer, what style would you be? An Irish Red Ale. I mean, look at me.
Have you ever been bitten by a wild animal? Well, my dog has bitten me once or twice and if you would count an animal that enjoys eating out of the garbage and drinking out of the toilet as wild, then, yes.
If there was a movie made about Hunterdon, what would be the title?
Moneyball

Joe LaRubbio
Off-Premise Sales: Camden County
Phone:
856-906-8601
Name something on your bucket list:
To be in the football locker room during a pre-game speech at Ohio State University
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? Family Guy, minus the talking baby and dog
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: There’s already bacon in beers, so I’m fine with that
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
Slow cooking baby back ribs in any Belgian Ale is always a good idea

Jeff Hyman
Off-Premise Sales: Burlington County
Phone:
856-287-5529
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing? If my male modeling career didn’t pan out, I’d most likely go back to school for teaching or be behind a desk working a government job.
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
Ballast Point Victory at Sea and huevos rancheros for brunch
Name something on your bucket list:
To see a concert at Red Rocks. Or start homebrewing. Or drink a homebrew at a concert at Red Rocks.
If you were a beer, what style would you be? Brown ale. I can be nutty, I can be sweet, and after my hippie concerts I usually have brown feet.

Justin Blanchard
Off-Premise Sales: Central NJ
Phone:
848-702-4981
Name an ingredient you want to see in a beer. Pineapple
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? The Griswolds
What style of beer have you been drinking a lot of lately?
American Pale Ales. Always in style.
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing? I would be having a hard time justifying my drinking while working in graphic design.

Aaron Kesselman
On & Off-Premise Sales: Union & Essex Counties
Phone:
973-223-1712
What is your greatest achievement to date? Becoming a dad to a beautiful baby girl!
If you were a beer, what style would you be? A Schwarzbier, because then the Schwartz would be with me.
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? The Munsters
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing?
Trying to work at Hunterdon
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Zatar

Ryan Horner
On-Premise Sales: Burlington & Camden Counties
Phone:
609-234-3710
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? The Taylors from Home Improvement, except my dad’s projects didn’t end with a hospital visit and my younger brother didn’t become gothic later in life.
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Peanut butter or Foie gras
Name something on your bucket list:
To visit Iceland and drink a beer at the Blue Lagoon
Recent food/beer pairing discovery:
Yards ESA and Sweetbreads

Samantha Dudics
On & Off-Premise Sales: Warren & Sussex Counties
Phone:
609-276-1757
What is your greatest achievement to date? Running a marathon
If you were a beer, what style would you be? A Belgian Quad because I am strong, sweet and full-bodied.
Name an ingredient you’d like to see in a beer: Jalepenos. I like my beer spicy.
Name something on your bucket list:
To go for a run in all 50 states…followed closely by a beer, of course.

Mark Felz
On & Off-Premise Sales – LBI & Tom’s River
Phone:
732-644-4573
What is your greatest achievement to date? Reading James Joyce’s Ulysses to completion
If you were a beer, what style would you be? A Saison. Complex, sometimes bitter, and deceptively alcoholic.
Which TV/Movie family greatly resembles your own? The Royal Tenenbaums
If you weren’t working at Hunterdon, what would you be doing?
I’d be living in Berlin as a member of an underground artist’s colony, subsisting off of bread and Weissbier. Or I’d be finishing my schooling in Ocean County.

Sean O’Donnell
On-Premise Sales: Ocean & Monmouth Counties
Phone:
732-300-5074
What is your greatest achievement to date? Besides my bachelor degree, I was inducted into the Manasquan High School Hall of Fame, for athletics!
Name something on your bucket list.
To spend time in Ireland hanging with the locals at some pubs and playing golf in the land of my old relatives
Name an ingredient you want to see in a beer. Pepperocini
If you were a beer, what style would you be? Session Lager, it’s delicious, short, stocky, super fun to drink and has attitude.

Kevin Zarelli
On-Premise Sales: Middlesex & Somerset Counties
Phone: