Cameron was born in the frozen wasteland of Minnesota where he survived until liberation at age 10 when his family moved to San Antonio, Texas. Though not a Texan by birth, he quickly fell in love with The Lone Star State. So much so, in fact, that when his family again moved to North Carolina in 1995, Cameron chose Texas over family, living with a friend until high school graduation.
In the fall of 1996, Cameron enrolled at Texas A&M University and began his life long education in beer. Frustrated with the lack of (beer) diversity he initially encountered, Cameron joined a greek fraternity where he would meet future Spindle Tap partner David Miller. Constantly driven by his desire to learn (about beer), Cameron attended many social gatherings and found almost nightly opportunities to gain knowledge (about beer). After 6 short years of learning, Cameron was ready to move on to the next level and graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in accounting, a masters in finance, and a (honorary) doctorate in beer consumption.
After graduation, Cameron spent a couple months in Europe learning a lot about beer. A whole lot. Actually, there isn’t much “history” of his time in Europe. Really should have written some stuff down or taken some more pictures or something…
Cameron has lived and worked in the energy sector of Houston since coming back from allegedly spending time in Europe after graduating from A&M. His drive and desire to continue on the path towards righteousness (of beer) have remained strong throughout his career. He is currently married and has roughly two (?) children. Or at least two little people that make noise and eat all the good food in the house.