Phantom Canyon Brewing Company splits with longtime brewers

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Taps at the bar at Phantom Canyon Brewing Company. - MATTHEW SCHNIPER
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  • Taps at the bar at Phantom Canyon Brewing Company.
As of mid-December, longtime Phantom Canyon Brewing Company brewers Alan Stiles and Troy Johnson no longer work at the Breckenridge-Wynkoop Holdings-owned spot. The duo brewed at Phantom Canyon for 10 and 5 years, respectively.

“They both have been tremendous brewers for us here at Phantom Canyon," says Noah Kaufman, Phantom Canyon's general manager. “I can’t speak enough positive things about them."

Kaufman declined to say whether the two resigned or were fired. His only comment on the circumstances is that “It came to a point where they were ready to do their own thing.”

Kaufman did, however, identify their replacements. Charles McManus, former lead brewer at Denver-based sister company Wynkoop Brewing Company, has taken the job of head brewer. He'll be assisted by brewer Ryan Emily, who's been training under Stiles and Johnson for the past year and has previous experience with Tallgrass Brewing Company of Manhattan, Kansas.



The Indy spoke with Johnson, but he declined to comment at this time.

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