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Brad Etheridge Died: Former Brewer at Atwater Brewery Tragically Killed in Car Accident

Brad Etheridge

The craft beer community is in mourning following the tragic loss of Brad Etheridge, a former brewer at Atwater Brewery. Etheridge was involved in a fatal car accident on Berkshire Road in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, and was pronounced dead due to the injuries he sustained from the crash.

Brad Etheridge was a well-respected figure in the craft beer industry. He began his brewing career at Atwater Brewery, where his passion for crafting unique and flavorful beers helped shape the brewery’s reputation. His creative spirit and dedication to quality were evident in every brew he crafted, leaving a lasting impact on the industry and beer enthusiasts alike.

He was not just a brewer; he was a master of his craft, a mentor to many, and a friend to all who had the pleasure of knowing him. His sudden passing has left a void in the hearts of those who worked alongside him and those who enjoyed the fruits of his labor.

Etheridge’s profile on LinkedIn paints a picture of a dedicated professional with a passion for his work. He held the position of Vice President of Marketing, and his contributions extended beyond brewing. He was a driving force behind Atwater Brewery’s growth and success, and his leadership will be greatly missed.

This tragedy has served as a stark reminder of the fragility of life. As we mourn the loss of Brad Etheridge, it is important to remember the joy he brought to so many through his work. His legacy will continue to live on in every pint poured at Atwater Brewery and in the hearts of those who knew him.

Our thoughts and deepest condolences go out to the Etheridge family and everyone affected by this loss during this difficult time.

As we raise our glasses in tribute to Brad Etheridge, let us remember his passion, his dedication, and the indelible mark he left on the craft beer industry. His memory will continue to inspire and drive the pursuit of brewing excellence.

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