Let’s peek in to the life of our second ASE Technician. Brad has been working for Beer’s since 2015 and is his first “official” job in the automotive industry. However, he has been wrenching with his father ever since he could turn a wrench! He is currently working towards becoming an ASE Master Technician. Brad’s favorite part of his job is being able to work on and learn so much about many different cars and trucks. “I also enjoy everybody I work with. Everybody has always been nice and welcoming, which makes it nice and easy to come to work. . . . it is one of the cleanest shops in town. I couldn’t ask for a better job.” We are blessed to have Brad at Beer’s and appreciate his willingness and eagerness to get the job done right. Away from work Brad enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to fairs to enjoy the food and events, and of course working on his ... read more
Stop by and see frosty and friend on our picnic table outside our front door. Lolly pop eyes and Lolly pop stick arms, thanks to our Office Manager, Alicia. 😊 Not sure how long they will last with this beautiful sunshine. Compliments of one of our sweet boys who visits Beer's.
Let's take a look back in history . . . . . .to see how Beer’s came into being and the man who started it all. Beer’s Automotive’s infancy was in 1970 when Joel Beer, at 31 years of age, opened his first auto repair shop. It was a family owned and run business under the name of Beer's Workshop and was located on Dale Avenue in Shelby, Ohio. Then, in 1972 the business became Beer and Gates. Three years later, Joel sold his part of the auto repair business and began working as a mechanic for RG Beer Construction. Out of his own home, Joel opened Beer’s Repair in 1980. After running his at home auto repair business for 2 years, he moved the location of Beer’s Repair to a shop on Mansfield Avenue in Shelby. Joel built the present building at the 225 North Gamble Street in Shelby, Ohio location in 1990. Joel semi-retired in 2002 and in 2009 fully retired. Joel may be “fully retired,” but he keeps plenty busy. Most days he c ... read more