Tells stories of success of individual brewers and the lessons they learned the hard way. This book covers the ingredients and equipment of professional brewing. It discusses the marketing techniques used by both brewpubs and packaging craft breweries. It also covers finances including a sample business plan....
|Title||:||The Brewers Association's Guide to Starting Your Own Brewery|
|Number of Pages||:||204 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Brewers Association's Guide to Starting Your Own Brewery Reviews
A great starting point for starting your own brewery.
This is the second edition which I mostly skimmed with the exception of a few chapters. Part of this is about business plans, etc. while other chunks are about taxes and the like. There are some specifics about small breweries but you will need far more information than this to make a start. A good introductory/scare book.
A little dated and a pretty technical read. However, the short article/essay chapter formate made this easier to get through and it was a good overview without getting into too much detail on certain topics. Worth reading if you have considered opening a brewing business long before you try and start, there is a lot to it and this book outlines a lot I had never even considered.
This guide has many good nuggets of information for the aspiring brewery or brewpub owner. But they're dispersed throughout, and it takes patience to find them. Why? Because nearly every chapter is written by a different author, causing an inconsistent voice and an overlap of ideas.
Informative. Technical. This edition was full of typo's and grammatical errors. I need to see if there's a revision.
Great informative book. Very much reads like a textbook though. Don't pick it up unless you are seriously interested in opening a brewery/brewpub. Tons tons tons of information!