Becoming a brewmaster

By Megan Kehoe The Bulletin
Published Mar 11, 2014 at 12:01AM / Updated Mar 11, 2014 at 06:13AM
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. head brewer John Van Duzer, middle, and employee Peter Bishop, back right, load empty bottles at the company’s Redmond facility Thursday. Van Duzer has been professionally brewing for 18 years.
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. head brewer John Van Duzer pushes a pallet jack loaded with freshly bottled Blonde Bombshell beer into a storage cooler at the Redmond facility Thursday.
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. head brewer John Van Duzer stocks labels onto a labeling machine during a bottling operation at the Redmond facility Thursday. Much of a head brewer’s duties have to do with logistical planning rather than actually brewing beer.
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. head brewer John Van Duzer, right, talks with employee Peter Bishop during a bottling operation at the Redmond facility Thursday.
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. head brewer John Van Duzer loads empty bottles during a bottling operation at the Redmond facility Thursday.