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Want to learn more about the people behind the Brew? This series will give you the answers to the most important questions (and some not-so-important questions) you may want to ask. This week, we’re chatting with Chadwick Horne, our Digital Director.

  1. Where did you grow up? I grew up in a charming southern town named Thomasville in southwest Georgia. I grew up on a 300-acre farm with lots of animals about 10 miles away from the Florida-Georgia line. I am a Seminole at heart.
  2. What do you do for fun? I love playing with my kids, having date nights with my wife, and when I have personal time, I play & write music.
  3. Did you always want to be a Digital Director? No, I wanted to be a musician since I was a little kid. I was the kid who was always singing and dancing. I taught myself to play guitar by ear – without YouTube, LOL.
  4. What’s your favorite brew? While in LA, my family and I would often go to Frogtown Brewery – it’s kid-friendly. My favorite brew there is Hazy River, though Feather In It and War On Sobriety are not too far behind. Now that I am in Miami, I have found some good local breweries: J. Wakefield, Veza Sur and Islamorada.
  5. What’s your top Brew core value and why? Positivity & Adapt. Like everyone else in the world dealing with COVID, my family and I have had to learn to embrace and accept radical change. Staying positive and keeping that positivity going through challenging times builds character and strengthens fortitude.
  6. Favorite local lunch spot? The Tipsy Boar
  7. What’s one fact about yourself that most people would be surprised to hear? I am a football fanatic who is obsessed with the Xs and Os. I could have easily been a coach. I love a great defense, well-designed plays and strategies that disrupt. I will take on anyone in a punt, pass and kick challenge – let’s go!
  8. Which fictional character (tv show, movie, or book) do you most identify with? The Dude
  9. What’s your ideal birthday celebration? Being surprised by my family with a trip to somewhere I’ve never been.

Who do you want to be when you grow up? I love what I do so I don’t see myself ever retiring…I’d like to own a winery in California, build a recording studio, and travel as much as possible.

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