Brewers of Pa. Announce New President & VP

imageFrom Brewers of PA:

HARRISBURG, PA (2.23.17) – The Brewers of Pennsylvania (BOP), the state’s official beer guild, has

named Chris Lampe as the association’s new President and Artie Tafoya as the new Vice President. Both

respected industry professionals began serving their two-year Board terms in January, 2017.

Co-Owner and Production Manager at Weyerbacher Brewing Company, Lampe was elected to the BOP

Board in 2016, and has been actively engaged in all BOP legislative efforts including meeting with

numerous legislators on an annual basis.

Owner and Director of Operations at Appalachian Brewing Company (ABC), Tafoya was elected to the

BOP Board in January, 2011, and is one of the founding members of the BOP. He has served as Chairman

of the BOP Events Committee for multiple years.

“I am honored and humbled to be voted in as President of such an influential association dedicated to

promoting and protecting craft brewing in the great state of Pennsylvania,” said Lampe. “The

Commonwealth produces some of the best craft beers in the world, and I look forward to working with

Artie, our other Board members, as well as current and new members to advance our mission and goals. 

I would also like to raise a glass to the outstanding work Bill Covaleski did during his extremely success ful

term as BOP President.”

Brewmaster and President of Victory Brewing Company, Covaleski served as BOP President from 2014-

2016, and will continue to impactfully serve the association as Chair of the Legislative Committee.

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