Jim Koch, 2013
C. James Koch
May 27, 1949
Cincinnati, Ohio, US
|Known for||Co-founder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company|
In August 2018, Koch said the corporate tax cut of 2017 helped to play a major role in making Boston Beer Company more competitive in regards to foreign competitors. Koch stated that "When I started Sam Adams, American beer was a joke, and it pissed me off. And now, American brewers make the best beer in the world. And the tax reform was a very big deal for all of us, because 85 percent of the beer made in the United States is owned by foreign companies."
In spring 2016, Koch published Quench Your Own Thirst: Business Lessons Learned Over a Beer or Two.
He is married to entrepreneur Cynthia Fisher.
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