About Us

BREW NH is a non-profit organization that promotes New Hampshire via the beer industry. We want to be your beer hub when you think about events, activities, advice and news about NH’s growing beer industry.

If Brew New Hampshire were a person, it would shop at the farmers market (but not exclusively), know the names of its neighbors and downtown merchants, and dress in sensible, attractive, non-ironic, flannel shirts.

Explore the site and reach out to us if you have feedback.

You can stay in touch with our beer community through social media, get in on the beer conversation and find out where we’re celebrating #NHBEER this week.

We’re making some more cool changes to the site and we have lots of news about the coming festival season, hot brands, and members of our community. We’re pretty kickass, if we do say so ourselves. And you know, we need each other to have conversations about beer on a state level.

Come support us by volunteering for a festival or sharing your skills for the greater effort. We love beer tourism and we’ve got a ton of interesting, high quality breweries per capita. Check out our beer map for more details.

Board Members

Kate Luczko

Kate is a native of Canterbury, NH and spends her professional time as the President & CEO of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce. Prior to life at the Chamber, Kate was the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Harvey Construction, and founding President & CEO of Stay Work Play NH. Kate is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of NH in the business department and is passionate about giving back to and being involved in the community. In addition to BREW NH, she is on number boards of directors, advisory boards, and volunteers throughout the state often.

She has also been a participant in six regional leadership programs in NH and holds a Masters in Business (MBA) with a certificate in Leadership of Non-Profit Organizations from Southern New Hampshire University, and a Bachelors of Arts (BA) in Business with a concentration in Sustainable Business from the University of New Hampshire.

When naming her one of the “5 Leaders for the Future” in 2014, Business NH Magazine created a caricature of Kate for publishing in the magazine and told her they’re only able to do that for someone if they are an “easily recognizable person,” which she found to be a unique and super cool honor.

In her free time Kate enjoys staying active with her black lab, Timber, kayaking, cooking, being outdoors working her green thumb, music, exploring NH and beyond – including breweries, cideries, and cupcake shops.

Scott Schaier

Scott is a beer guy both for work and in his free time. In 2013, Scott and his family packed up their life in the U.S. Virgin Islands and headed to Durham, New Hampshire. On the advice of many, he immediately had his head examined.

Scott spent the last decade doing development work for one of the global brewers. He married the girl he met in Boston and then followed him to Central America, the Caribbean and then to NH. They have a daughter, Siena, a son Charles, an island cat, Snagglepuss, and the best island-born German Shepherd, Schultzy.

Scott’s favorite beer style is lager beer. He enjoys all types, but appreciates original source Czech or Bohemian pilz and is a big fan of Saaz. He likes outdoor activities in the North Country, live music and enjoying the natural beauty of our state with his family. Oh yeah, he also really likes drinking beer with friends. Cheers!

CJ White

CJ a native to Concord, NH who's passion for travel keeps her exploring far and wide. Many refer to her as a true adventure traveler- eyes wide open seeking new places, embracing the local cultures (which always include a new brewery) and uncanny ability to pack for anything. She can almost always be found outside; often Google mapping her heart out to find the next summit to hike or basecamp to camp, running in circles to get her miles in, biking on the road to nowhere or standing in a river with a fly rod in hand. The quest for adventure never stops!

A former outdoor retail store manager, marketing/events coordinator and product developer she holds customer service and the overall experience in high regard. It has helped shape her ideology to always establish a close rapport, be respectful, have sincere gratitude and engrain your values in all you do. Now as Executive Director of the New Hampshire Brewers Association she's able to blend her passion for business management and operations with the creativity and drive of the thriving NH craft beerscape and community.

CJ works daily to educate, advocate and market for the NH Brewers and their beers; you might be able to catch her at one of the breweries and share a pint with her before she's off on her next adventure.