Todd Scott & Lisa Danzl Scott
Check Signers/Chief Keg & Can Washers/ Maintenance Specialists AKA Owners
Todd and Lisa met when they were both working in Yellowstone National Park in 1986. Together they journeyed to the Tahoe where, in an attempt to live off the land, Todd began home brewing, eventually working as a brew master in the Napa Valley while attending School at UC Davis. Yearning for the good life back in Montana, Todd and Lisa moved to Bozeman where he worked as the head brewer for Spanish Peaks for 10 years. Todd and Lisa opened Bozeman Brewing in 2001, and the rest is beer-making history in the making.
Water Enhancement Specialist AKA Head Brewer
Bill grew up in Arlington, Massachusetts and made his way to the Bozone in search of wide-open spaces and fewer faces, loving life in a ski town that also has a bit of culture. When he’s not coming up with the latest Bozone concoctions, he can be found skiing, snowboarding, hiking, running, playing guitar, and working with his horses.
Bill’s favorite Bozone brew? Hopzone. It’s a recipe he worked on since his early home brew days, and has evolved over time to be his ultimate IPA.
The Conductor AKA General Manager
Tucker grew up in Billings, Montana and was drawn to the Bozone area for the outdoors, friends, and school, where he got a degree in Business Management. When he’s not skiing, golfing, traveling, fishing, camping, hanging with friends, or drinking good beer, he can be found crunching numbers and orchestrating the production schedule.
Tucker’s favorite Bozone brew? Montana Common, which he calls “a unique, yet extremely drinkable brew that you can’t get from many other craft breweries.”
The Jack of All Trades AKA Brewer/Cellarman
Ryan grew up in Richmond, Virginia and was drawn to the Bozone because he couldn’t find any place better than southwest Montana throughout the U.S. and Canada. He made the mistake of beginning his professional career as an IT security consultant for a large company, but quickly found out that biking, hiking, hunting, playing guitar/mandolin and homebrewing in Montana is way more fun.
Ryan’s favorite Bozone brew? Gallatin Pale Ale, which he says, “Is an easy drinking, balanced beer with lots of great hop character.”
The Filter Whisperer AKA Cellarman
Bruce grew up in Helena, Montana and was drawn to the Bozone for its beauty and to further his education at Montana State. His first foray in the craft brewing industry was with Flathead Lake Brewing in Woods Bay, as well he had a stint slinging suds in Helena for a local distributor. When he’s not filtering the latest Bozone brew, you’ll find him hanging with his 14 year old son or hiking around Hyalite Canyon.
Bruce’s favorite Bozone brew? Java Stout, which he says, “Has a great malt character, backed with a little coffee bitterness which adds so much to the stout.”
The Tinkerer AKA Cellarman
Ryan grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and came to the Bozone to put himself in the right place for a “higher education,” i.e. job, life etc. When he’s not kegging or canning a delicious batch of Bozone Amber, you’ll find him tinkering in his shop, biking, snowboarding or other shenanigans like hosting the Cowboy Crawl.
Ryan’s favorite Bozone brew? Belgian Style Wit Bier, which he calls, “A good twist on a real wit and a Bill one of a kind.”
The People Person AKA Tasting Room Manager
Jon grew up in Kansas City, Missouri and was drawn to the Bozone because of the mountains, lifestyle and amazing beer. When he is not keeping up the tasting room, he is studying all aspects of the beer making and tasting process to become a certified Cicerone. He also enjoys gardening, camping and hiking with his wife and dog.
Jon’s favorite Bozone brew? The N. Broadway Black IPA because, “It combines all of the malt richness of a dark beer with the crisp hop bite of an IPA.”
Cale grew up in Bozeman, MT and was drawn back to the Bozone because……
Cale’s favorite Bozone brew?
Lab Supervisor – QA/QC
Dan grew up in Cody, WY and was drawn to the Bozone because of the mountains, culture and friends already residing in the Gallatin Valley. When he’s not testing beer in his lab or leading a sensory panel, you’ll find Dan playing bass for the band Brass Flask, skiing, hiking, camping and gardening.
Dan’s favorite Bozone brew? Depends on the season, but today its the Gallatin Pale Ale, which he says, “Is well balanced and hoppy with a crisp finish.”