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This excerpt taken from the PMID DEF 14A filed Apr 28, 2008.
Executive Officers who are not Directors
 
The following sets forth information with respect to the executive officers who are not directors or nominees for director of the Company. All executive officers serve at the discretion of the Board.
 
Michael O’Brien (41) — Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Finance, and Secretary
 
Mr. O’Brien was appointed Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Finance, and Secretary in September 2006. Mr. O’Brien was formerly the Chief Financial Officer of Seattle-based Medisystems Corporation, which designs manufactures, imports and distributes medical device products. Prior to that, from 1999 to 2002, Mr. O’Brien held positions of Corporate Controller and Chief Financial Officer of Flow International Corporation, which develops and manufacturers ultrahigh-pressure waterjet technology, and provides robotics and assembly equipment. He began his financial career with KPMG. Mr. O’Brien is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Administration from Western Washington University and a Master’s degree of Business Administration from Seattle University.
 
Mark House (49) — Vice President — Operations
 
Mr. House has been Vice President — Operations since March 2008. Mr. House is responsible for directing the operational performance of the two full production breweries, the five alehouse restaurants and the three small batch brewing facilities at our alehouse restaurants. Mr. House had been Vice President — Brewery Operations since July 2001, responsible for directing the performance of the two full production breweries and three small batch brewing facilities at our alehouse restaurants, as well as purchasing, transportation, product development, forecasting, and facility issues. Mr. House had been Director of Corporate Operations since 1999, responsible for quality assurance, product development, forecasting and distribution. He joined the Company in 1996 as Manager of Distribution/Production. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. House had 14 years of brewing industry experience with the G. Heileman Brewing Co. (Heileman). As Distribution Manager for Heileman, Mr. House was responsible for warehousing/distribution, production planning, and customer service for both the Rainier Brewery in Seattle, Washington and Henry Weinhards Brewery in Portland, Oregon. Mr. House earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Washington State University.
 
Tim McGettigan (39) — Vice President – Sales
 
Mr. McGettigan was appointed Vice President of Sales in December 2007. Mr. McGettigan is responsible for directing all sales, account management, distribution and market development activities to ensure long term profitable growth. Mr. McGettigan had been the Company’s Regional Sales Director of the South since October 2006, responsible for managing the Southwest and Eastern Regions. He joined the Company in 1995 as Regional Sales Manager for the Southwest Region. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. McGettigan had four years with Heublein Inc., responsible for managing its wine and spirit portfolio in California. Mr. McGettigan earned a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a Master’s degree of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.


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Executive Officers who are not Directors
 
The following sets forth information with respect to the executive officers who are not directors or nominees for director of the Company. All executive officers are elected annually by the Board of Directors and serve at the discretion of the Board.
 
Michael O’Brien (40) — Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Finance, and Secretary
 
Mr. O’Brien was appointed Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Finance, and Secretary in September 2006. Mr. O’Brien was formerly the Chief Financial Officer of Seattle-based Medisystems Corporation, which designs manufactures, imports and distributes medical device products. Prior to that, from 1999 to 2002, Mr. O’Brien held positions of Corporate Controller and Chief Financial Officer of Flow International Corporation, which develops and manufacturers ultrahigh-pressure waterjet technology, and provides robotics and assembly equipment. He began his financial career with KPMG. Mr. O’Brien is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Administration from Western Washington University and a Masters degree of Business Administration from Seattle University.
 
Patrick Coll (45) — Vice President – Alehouse Operations
 
Mr. Coll has been Vice President — Alehouse Operations since September 2002. Mr. Coll is responsible for directing the operational performance of the five existing alehouses as well as successfully opening and directing additional sites as they are developed. Mr. Coll has over 15 years of experience in the restaurant industry ranging from Chef to Opening Project Manager. Most recently, he held the position of Managing Partner with Essential Food Group from 2001 to 2002, a restaurant consulting company and Director of Food Service Operations for the Old Navy Division of Gap Inc, from 1998 to 2001. Prior to Gap Inc., Mr. Coll was with the Real Restaurant Group in Sausalito, California, responsible for the successful development and opening of restaurant concepts.
 
Mark House (48) — Vice President – Brewery Operations
 
Mr. House has been Vice President — Brewery Operations since July 2001. Mr. House is responsible for directing the performance of the two full production breweries and three small batch brewing facilities at our alehouse restaurants, as well as purchasing, transportation, product development, forecasting, and facility issues. Mr. House had been Director of Corporate Operations since 1999, responsible for quality assurance, product development, forecasting and distribution. He joined the Company in 1996 as Manager of Distribution/Production. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. House had 14 years of brewing industry experience with the G. Heileman Brewing Co. (Heileman). As Distribution Manager for Heileman, Mr. House was responsible for warehousing/distribution, production planning, and customer service for both the Rainier Brewery in Seattle, Washington and


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Henry Weinhards Brewery in Portland, Oregon. Mr. House earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Washington State University.
 
Gary McGrath (47) — Vice President – Sales
 
Mr. McGrath was appointed as Vice President — Sales in November 1999. Mr. McGrath has over 20 years of experience in the alcohol and non-alcohol beverage industry. From 1994 to 1999, he held the position of General Manager for Miller’s northwest region, responsible for growing sales, market share and profit in a seven-state area. Also at Miller, Mr. McGrath worked as Director of National Accounts, accountable for setting strategy and developing sales in the convenience and mass merchandise channels. Prior to Miller, he held numerous sales and operating positions with Pepsi Cola USA, 7UP and Oscar Mayer. Mr. McGrath earned his Graduate Degree from Harvard University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Fredonia State University in New York.
 
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