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If you appreciate a good beer, imagine the fun, freedom, and financial rewards of starting your own microbrewery or craft brewery. In this book you will discover: How to start a brewery, including business planning, getting start-up funding, and choosing a location What you need to know to run a brewery including: where to get brewery equipment, how to set up systems for bottling and kegging, how to trademark beer labels, regulations when selling beer, and more How to set your prices and find a distributor to sell your beer to retail stores, restaurants, and bars How to organize events such as brewery tours and beer tastings to attract customers and increase sales If you want to open a craft brewery or microbrewery, this FabJob guide is for you! This book shows step-by-step how you can start and run a successful brewery. This book includes insider tips and expert advice from successful brewery owners and industry experts such as Paul Gatza, Director of the Brewers Association.
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Brenna Pearce is senior editor at FabJob, an award-winning publishing company named "the #1 place to get published online" by Writers Digest. Brenna is also the author of the FabJob Guide to Become a Bar Owner, and the FabJob Guide to Become a Winery Owner. She is a contributing author and editor of dozens of other career and business guides, including the award-winning FabJob Guide to Become a Life Coach.
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