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aging (with the artistry of craft beer labels now gaining museum curator attention). The business environment is also different from what Brosseau was accustomed to in his previous career. Investment banking can be cutthroat with scant loyalty, but Brosseau runs a business today where every person counts, and every employee from driver to president is on the website. "What every per- son does matters. If one person isn't at work, we feel it. I get a lot of satisfaction from it." Innovation is so rapid that Mayflower de - velops new beer specialties every season. This spring, try the Spring Hop Ale. Four varieties of aroma hops are combined to create a fla- vorful and citrusy red ale that is the perfect beverage for celebrating the renewal of spring in New England. FOR A LISTING of all of Mayflower's offerings, visit www.mayflowerbrewing.com. A Light Maker Jon Maccini is perched on the same wooden industrial chair he sat on four decades ago as a child helping his dad in the basement workshop of Wellesley Antique Lighting. The chair, like almost everything else around him, has a story: it came from the College of the Holy Cross and has the humility and simplicity one would expect of a Jesuit chair. On a bench is an old ship's compass from Anthony's Pier Four, the now-closed restau- rant that was one of Boston's most successful restaurants. Hanging from a hook is a 1910 143 s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e