As beer reviews go, the one you are about to read is as simple and straightforward as it gets. The product in question isn't trendy, which in the beer world means it's not a sour, it's not barrel-aged and it's not infused with some exotic ingredient you can only find in the Congo. There's no real history to talk about either, since information on the website is sparse, and if a Google search could respond with sound bites it would likely answer with the call of the crickets.
What do you get when you match up a guy who started working in the brewery industry at 20-years-old and a woman who majored in marketing, graphics, studied business and has a strong entrepreneurial spirit? A brewery of course! The husband and wife team Daniel and Deborah Carey are the owners of New Glarus Brewing Co., which was founded in 1993 when Deborah Carey raised the capital to start it as a gift to her husband. Coincidentally, as founder of the brewery, she became the first woman to found and operate a brewery in the United States.