NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — Commonhouse Aleworks announced that John McAlexander has joined the production team and will be assisting head brewer Shane Cummings as the production and packaging needs of the company continue to grow. McAlexander’s role will include malt handling and wort production, yeast management, quality assurance and control as well as all other aspects of the brewing process.
“Having John join our team is very exciting,” said Commonhouse co-owner Hank Hanna. “He brings a level of expertise and professionalism that will be invaluable as we continue to grow.”
McAlexander has undergraduate degrees in Biology and Chemistry from Drury University as well as a degree in Business Administration from the University of Memphis. He also received his W.B.A. International Diploma in Brewing Technology from the Siebel Institute of Technology. McAlexander has brewed professionally since 2014 at both High Cotton Brewing in Memphis, Tennessee and Signin’ River Brewing in Florence, Alabama.
In addition to providing a high level of quality control and consistency in the current portfolio of Commonhouse craft beers, McAlexander will work closely with the production team on the development of new and exciting offerings that highlight the culture and creativity that Commonhouse is known for.
Since opening in January of 2018, Commonhouse has grown to a team of over 20 people, providing an economic impact of well over a half million dollars to the community.
About Commonhouse Aleworks
Commonhouse Aleworks, Park Circle’s neighborhood brewery and taphouse, celebrates the storied history of beer as a central component of American communities as well as the foundation for all civilization. They produce a variety of beer styles and interpretations and welcome you to come celebrate what we all share in common.