(1893 - 1964)
Buckeye Brewery Executive
Albert Braun began as a brewer at Buckeye and was eventually named their Brewmaster. He was made a Vice President of Buckeye in 1960. He was well-known and highly respected in the brewing industry. He was elected President of The Master Brewers Association, Detroit District and Board of Governors of the National Association of Master Brewers of America in 1962.
Braun is best known for helping manage Buckeye' s conversion to draft style beer and the absorption of Buckeye into Peter Hand Brewing Company's Meister Brau line while working with Red Smith.