OAKVILLE, ON – Cameron’s Brewing has announced several changes in its management structure, including one departure and a pair of promotions.
President and partner Bill Coleman has left the company, with Clint Israel moving up from his position in sales and production to take over as President.
“After thoughtful consideration, I have announced that I’m stepping down as President of Cameron’s,” said Coleman in a statement. “I feel confident about leaving the business in the very capable hands of one of the best teams in Ontario craft beer.”
“Bill is no longer working at Cameron’s, but he is a friend of the brewery and a personal friend of mine,” added Cameron’s owner Mark Falkenberg. “We have worked together to transition towards his official resignation.”
In addition to this change, longtime brewmaster Jason Britton has been appointed as Vice President of the company. Together with Israel, he will be overseeing the completion of renovations that are currently underway to increase capacity and efficiency at the brewery.
Source: Cameron’s Brewing press release