|Place of birth||:||St Andrews, Scotland|
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Thomas Brewster, Jr. (born April 10, 1974 in St Andrews, Scotland) is a Scottish curler from Aberdeen, Scotland. Brewster is a former World Junior champion, having won the title in 1995. The Scottish team which consisted of Paul Westwood, Ronald Brewster, Steve Still and David Murdoch finished 8-1 after the round robin, and defeated Sweden's Henrik Edlund and then Germany's Daniel Herberg to win the championship. Brewster has skipped Scotland to two European Mixed titles, in 2006 and in 2009. Brewster has been a frequent participant in World Curling Tour events, perhaps more so than the more successful Scottish teams. He has won a total of six WCT events, all European events. He has played in 12 Grand Slam events, advancing to the quarterfinals on five occasions (but never further). In 2002, Brewster was invited to play in his first World championship. He was an alternate for the Warwick Smith team which won a bronze medal in 2002. Brewster won his first Scottish men's title in 2011, and represented Scotland at the 2011 Ford World Men's Curling Championship, finishing second in the round robin and winning the silver in the final against Canada's Jeff Stoughton. Tom is now the Ice rink manager at Curl Aberdeen . He is married to Kim Brewster, and has one son. Description above from the Wikipedia article Tom Brewster, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.