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About Us

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Todd Seaton / President

It takes a serious interest in Life to appreciate Nonsense!

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Dawn Seaton / Vice President Finance

A woman and a mouse, they both carry a tale wherever they go.

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Stephen Tate / Head Brewer

That’s Dope

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Rebecca White / Assistant Brewer

Philly Til I Die!

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Marci Mays / Executive Chef

Making the world more plump, one spoonful of Pimento Cheese at a time

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Shawncey Smith / Sous Chef

I have 6 smiles!

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Tony Tatum / Front of House Manager

What should I buy next?!?

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Joshua “Crowe” / General Manager

War Eagle

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About Our Company

Our decision to start brewing beer and sharing it with the public came from our

desire to create a great beer that real people can not only enjoy, but also relate to.

Some beer companies try to market their beer as being able to bring you a life of

leisure; others may try to convince you that higher alcohol content automatically

means better beer; others may simply try to sell you beer of poor quality and claim,

“It’s a craft beer.” People know better than that, and our goal is to make great

beer and sell it at a fair price without using silly marketing gimmicks.

 

Old Black Bear is not able to bring you a carefree life. If we could, we are

undercharging for our product. However, what we can do is this: Provide you with

a beverage that you can enjoy with your friends after a hardworking day, and assure

you that every Old Black Bear Beer you drink will be of the highest quality and offer

you drinkability and refreshment that is unmatched by any other small craft brewery

~ a real life beer you deserve.

 

Why the Black Bear?

At Old Black Bear, we believe that you are rewarded as a product of hard work, and

that your beer should not just represent your taste in beverage, but it should really

represent the kind of person you are. Black Bears are very diligent, intense, and

resolute workers. They work to survive. Not all that different from you or I. Have you

ever seen a Black Bear catch a fish? It’s pretty awesome. It’s a great mascot to

represent the kind of people we expect to drink our beer.

We want to produce something real, for real people that work hard every day.

And just like the Old Bear working for his fish, at the end of the day when you’re

holding yourOld Black Bear Beer, you’ll know that Hard Work Has Its Reward.

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What We Do Best

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"Had an Old Black Bear at Vittone's in Decatur. This is some good beer. Glad we have such an awesome brewery right here in the valley."

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There are more old drunks than there are old doctors.

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― Willie Nelson

"“Thirstily he set it to his lips, and as its cool refreshment began to soothe his throat, he thanked Heaven that in a world of much evil there was still so good a thing as ale.”"

― Rafael Sabatini

"“If God had intended us to drink beer, He would have given us stomachs.”"

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