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Mother Tucker Brewery

After decades in corporate America Deb and Scott Tucker agreed it was time to start living their dreams. So after 30 years, with one of the pair in risk management, they decided to take a calculated risk at owning their own business and started Mother Tucker Brewery. They started practicing their craft in their garage inviting neighbors to come in and taste their wares. Their brews were a hit with neighbor and friends. After many hours meeting with SBDC advisors, doing their due diligence in researching the industry and speaking with other crafters they located a space to place their tasting room.

The premise was simply to create an environment that incorporates all the things the couple loves: time with family, great music, chillaxin’ with friends and of course, brewing delicious beer. Their “family-centric” concept lead naturally to the name; the Tucker Family mothers have lovingly been called “Mother Tuckers” for 3 generations. Add to this the overwhelming support of the Thornton community and Mother Tucker Brewery practically jumped into fruition. Not to say there wasn’t plenty of hard work that went into creating each of their distinctive beers and designing a tasting room that truly feels like home. The Tuckers believe it all came together as if it were meant to be.

“We are so happy we get to spend our happily ever after doing what we love with the ones we love and making new friends along the way” said the Tuckers. If you haven’t ventured into their cozy little corner of the world yet, please do! It won’t be long before you become part of their family of patrons!

As part of their commitment to community the grain used in their beer is locally sourced. They use style specific locally produced Yeast. Recycling is a huge component of their business sending the spent grain to local farmers for feed and recycling all paper and plastics because, “We believe beer just tastes better when it is responsibly made and enjoyed” said Scott Tucker “Try one of ours and taste the difference”!

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