After his amateur basketball career came to an abrupt end due to a hamstring injury, Josh needed to look for some work that didn’t rely on his big ups and crazy ball-handling skills. When he saw the basketball hoop sitting outside of the brewery, he knew that he was right at home. Josh managed the tap room for two years before moving over to the brew side, because the canning line is right next to the basketball court. He’s adapted to the Holy City resident hoop-game, Sasket-ball, and his leg is feeling better and better every day. He is the pianist and the frontman in Carnaval, the local light-show indie-rock quintet.