Following is a brief introduction to each of the three owners at MSB. Each fills a variety of critical roles, and this business simply couldn’t function without each. We’re grateful for the talents each brings, but more importantly, we’re grateful you and the brewing community have enjoyed what we’ve brought to you. Thank you for the support!

Bill has been closely connected to the Owatonna community since taking a Computer Programming role in the area in 1990, following graduation from Central College (Pella, IA). He and his wife, Mary, have lived in Medford the past 14 years. They are the proud parents of Kade, Lucas, and Kinsey. Over the years, Bill has been involved in a variety of community activities, and most recently he and Mary have been closely involved with the startup of Medford’s Young Life program. Bill has also coached a variety of youth and high school level sports for more than 25 years.

Rod began his Computer Programming career in Owatonna more than 30 years ago, following graduation from Augustana College (Sioux Falls, SD). He and his wife, Amy, are the proud parents of Payton, Landon, Nolan, and Erin. Rod has been involved in a variety of community activities over the years, most notably serving in many capacities at Trinity Lutheran Church, as a Cub Scout leader, and for the past 20 years as a key organizer and ‘jack of all trades’ for CulturFest. In Rod’s spare time, he enjoys any and all mechanical and woodworking projects.

Mark grew up in Owatonna, and though he and his wife, Barb, lived in Seattle for a short time following graduation from the University of Minnesota, they came back to the area in 1994 to raise their family. They are the proud parents of Brian (and Erin; in Omaha) and Mike (in Chicago). Mark has been a Financial Advisor for over 30 years. Mark has been very involved in a variety of community efforts over the years, most notably with leadership and volunteer items at Trinity Lutheran Church, as a Board Member on the Owatonna School Board, and as a performer, volunteer, and organizer of Hometown Sampler. His personal interests include home brewing and chasing wily rooster pheasant.