Later this month, 32 bartenders from around the U.S. will immerse themselves in a three-day educational experience at Wild Turkey Distillery; the first of three USBG Behind the Barrel sessions in 2019.
Congratulations to the participants, and thank you to all who applied!
Spring 2019 Behind the Barrel participants:
Joel Barron – Rochester, Michigan
Mohammed Bin Khulayf – Detroit, Michigan
Justin Cara-Donna – Washington D.C.
Aimee Coldren – Detroit, Michigan
Kevin Finn – Chicago, Illinois
Alec Gonzales – Mesa, Arizona
Brianna Hlava – Louisville, Kentucky
Jennifer Jarnagin – Lewisville, North Carolina
Keith Johnson – Norfolk, Virginia
Sloane Kaplan – San Francisco, California
Brian Keys – Chicago, Illinois
Josa Lazas – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Alexander Leidy – Washington D.C.
Michael Lindgren – Plymouth, Minnesota
Margaretha Maak – Hopatcong, New Jersey
Raúl Marin – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jonathan Michael McClune – Los Angeles, California
Devon McGrath – New Bedford, Massachusetts
Julia Melucci – Largo, Florida
Alyssa Moore – Columbus, Ohio
Ronald Moore – Northport, Alabama
Meagan Northcutt – Phoenix, Arizona
Malia Ramos – Portland, Oregon
Christopher Russell – Scottsdale, Arizona
Briana Savage – Washington D.C.
Scott Schindler – Austin, Texas
Hannah Scollo – Portland, Oregon
Kelsey Sewell – Raleigh, North Carolina
Joseph Smith – Buffalo, New York
Zakery Sprague – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Peter Szigeti – Malden, Massachusetts
Aidan Wren – Denver, Colorado
If you are interested in attending Behind the Barrel, the application period for the fall 2019 sessions will open in June. Click here to learn more about the Behind the Barrel program, and join the Campari America Community Group to keep informed about future sessions.