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e-Book A Brewer's Guide to Opening a Nano Brewery: Your $10,000 Brewery Consultant for $15, Vol. 1 epub download

e-Book A Brewer's Guide to Opening a Nano Brewery: Your $10,000 Brewery Consultant for $15, Vol. 1 epub download

Author: Dan Woodske
ISBN: 1470087960
Pages: 112 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 15, 2012)
Language: English
Category: Beverages & Wine
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e-Book A Brewer's Guide to Opening a Nano Brewery: Your $10,000 Brewery Consultant for $15, Vol. 1 epub download

by Dan Woodske



Dan Woodske is the owner and brewer at his own nanobrewery, the Beaver Brewing Company in Beaver Falls Pennsylvania

Dan Woodske is the owner and brewer at his own nanobrewery, the Beaver Brewing Company in Beaver Falls Pennsylvania. that's when he decided to take his passion for brewing to the pro level.

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3. I live in PA, and Dan Woodske started and operates his brewery in PA - so what works for him(legally speaking) should work for me.

I was very pleasantly surprised to find a down to earth, informative and fun book to read. Starting down this road without a rich uncle to get your back can be terrifying. He is holding you're hand through the first steps of a nano brewery (it's like picking up the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy and seeing that big print "DON'T PANIC!"). 3.

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Dan of Beaver Brewing company has done a great service to the craft brewing community by writing this book

I put my experience of wasting time looking at things that weren't important into the book so you can be up and running within 12 months. Dan of Beaver Brewing company has done a great service to the craft brewing community by writing this book. Not only is it a tremendous guide to setup your nanobrewery, it is also very blunt on if you should. Many questions that will arise if you or anyone you know are thinking of getting into the brewery business are addressed and answered.

Dan Woodske is the owner and brewer at his own nanobrewery, the Beaver Brewing Company in Beaver Falls .

Dan Woodske is the owner and brewer at his own nanobrewery, the Beaver Brewing Company in Beaver Falls Pennsylvania. Starting as an avid homebrewer he wondered why there wasn’t a brewery within an hour drive of his hom. hat’s when he decided to take his passion for brewing to the pro level. I read this book in one night, and then read it again the next.

Dan Woodske is the owner and brewer at his own nanobrewery, the Beaver Brewing Company in Beaver Falls Pennsylvania. Starting as an avid homebrewer he wondered why there wasn't a brewery within an hour drive of his home...that's when he decided to take his passion for brewing to the pro level.  This book describes everything you need from buying brewery equipment, marketing your beer, licensing, running your brewing, and finding that perfect space. The process of opening a brewery can seem daunting, but in about 100 pages you will find brewing good beer is the hard part, the rest seems easy once it is all laid out for you. You want details on the licensing process? You want to learn how to sell your beer? You want real life examples on how a nanobrewery works and how it can be profitable? Then buy this book. Don't spend $10,000 on a consultant, spend $15 and get info from someone that actually owns and operates a nano-brewery...and does it successfully.
Saithi
I've been homebrewing for 4 years. I decided to start a nanobrewery as a business venture and for fun with very little start up capital. While searching for brewing equipment I ran into this book on amazon and gave it a whirl.

I was very pleasantly surprised to find a down to earth, informative and fun book to read. Starting down this road without a rich uncle to get your back can be terrifying. "Will my wife leave me because she thinks I'm crazy?" "Bottling machines cost how much?!?!" These are some of the thoughts that keep you up at night.

Dan's book does alot to dispell these notions not just for what he puts down on paper but also in the tone he writes his book. He is holding you're hand through the first steps of a nano brewery (it's like picking up the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy and seeing that big print "DON'T PANIC!"). If you have $500k start up capital, more in the bank and dreams of becoming the next Jim Koch maybe this is not for you.

In short I would recommend it to anyone who is thinking about going from homebrewer to pro or semi pro. Btw, if you write him an email the guy will really write you back and try to help out.
Pumpit
I found this to be a sound resource of information. It had practical knowledge of getting your endeavor started, with good advice and common sense. The author goes out of his way to tell you that most of this IS indeed common sense. He responds to every e-mail he receives, and if you have a question that is not "loaded" (e.g. How much should I charge for my beer? How much money do I need to open?), he will answer it to the best of his knowledge. And you should take that knowledge for what it is worth...this is a man that is operating a successful nanobrewery in a current microbrew-saturated market where "experts" on the Internet will tell you it cannot be done. If you are looking for someone to "hold your hand" in the process of opening a nano or microbrewery, you will not find that here. Instead, the author draws on his own experiences, what worked and what didn't, and points you in the right direction. This is NOT a step-by-step guide. The author clearly states this. Instead, it gives you helpful information drawn upon the author's own business model, that is operating at a profit in his market. I too am an engineer, and I sincerely did not need a step-by-step guide, nor did I need anything technical. The author points you in the right direction, but the work is YOURS to accomplish. You won't find brewing knowledge, equipment purchasing, recipe formulation, yeast recovery, lab work, or anything like that in this book...there are plenty of other publications out there that cover that. Nor will you find every single legal document or state/federal form you will need to fill out...that differs from state to state, and the information is easily found on your state's website. Instead, this book breaks down what you need to get done to open. No more, no less. Spend less than $20 for practical information on opening your business, or spend $10,000 on a "consultant" to help you along the way...the choice is clear. Save that $10k for your grain and hop inventory, your licensing, your bonds (yes, chances are you need a brewer's bond), equipment and whatnot. This book was worth the money I spent.
Kazijora
I enjoyed this read. The style was personal enough that it kind of felt like you discussed it with a friend. The information provided is given from the perspective of having done it and are still doing it. The author could continue updating the original with much needed information for as long as he keeps the business going. In this book are a good deal of things that anyone considering a nano-brewery or any brewery operations would find useful.
Innadril
Good read, and a great starting point. I am an extremely in depth person, so it wasn't as much as I'd hoped, but definitely a great starting point to get you going and a way to get a list formulated for what you need, when you need it, and in what order. If you are planning on starting a brewery sometime, this (and any other related reading material) can't be a bad investment. Considering the amount you will have to spend to get going, this is a tiny amount! And any information is helpful along the way.
Viashal
FANTASTIC. Short and to the point. I read this in two days on break at work. It's pretty much THE source for NANO-brewing right now.
Gold Crown
Love this book, simple read, to the point and gives you really good information from a person, a real doer, someone who is not full of their own self worth and tells the story like it is. Will use this book for years to come and re-read it for the inspiration to stay humble and work hard for what I want in this business.
Sadaron above the Gods
I only wish this book was longer, I finished it in about 2 hours. A very light read but nonetheless important. The info found in this book may seem like common sense, but it will help you get in the right mindset to properly set up a micro brewery. I feel better off already after reading this book. I highly recommend it!
Dan of Beaver Brewing company has done a great service to the craft brewing community by writing this book. Not only is it a tremendous guide to setup your nanobrewery, it is also very blunt on if you should. Many questions that will arise if you or anyone you know are thinking of getting into the brewery business are addressed and answered. If you are serious and motivated about getting into the wonderful industry of craft breweries then this book is 100% for you! It helped me develop a checklist and look at things that I didn't even think about. My favorite thing that he brings up more than once is that the quality of beer should be your number one goal... not just money. Yes, you need money, but if your beer sucks, then so will your business. Dan does a great job of educating and motivating the right individual for this business. Thanks Dan!

-Beth (Brewery in progress)