Topic: Turning Pro

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Enjoy the Freedom of Homebrewing

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Taking a moment to savor the hobby side

Nanobrewing: The Business Case for the Nano

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The year was 2012 and I was standing in front of about 300 people at the Craft Brewers Convention in Washington, DC armed with nothing more than me, myself, and I. This

Be Cool to Your Brew School

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If you’ve ever considered becoming a pro brewer, there’s never been a better time to attend a formal brewing education program.

Beer Mecca: Turning Pro Part 34

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In the grand scheme of things, I really haven’t been a beer geek for very long, but I remember back when I first got geeky about beer, the places people dreamed of going to visit on beer holidays were exclusively in Europe.

Tasteless: Turning Pro Part 33

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I don’t hide the fact that I am not a fan of pouring beer at public beer festivals.

Risk and Reward and Risk and Reward: Turning Pro Part 32

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I’m not sure exactly what I was thinking, but somehow I had this idea in my head that I’d take all my risk up front in getting Heretic off the ground and once it was past a certain point, there would be a lot less risk. Ah, poor, simple fool.

Uncertain Barrels: Turning Pro Part 31

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“A barrel full of certainties won’t roll very far.” – Gerd de Ley From the beginning, I was certain that we would make barrel-aged beers at Heretic. We are close to Napa so it is easy to obtain used wine barrels and I really like the interesting character that develops from aging beer in a barrel.

Brewery Nightmares: Turning Pro Part 30

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A reader asked me, “At what point does someone have enough knowledge to become a [professional] brewer?

The Price is Right?: Turning Pro Part 29

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The current craft beer market is booming. Passionate beer lovers seek out new beers and are willing to pay a premium price for new experiences.

It Makes Cents: Turning Pro Part 28

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Before we sold our first kegs of beer, I spent a tremendous amount of time investigating what similar products were selling for in our markets. I wrote about this in an earlier post, about the need to be careful about under or overpricing your product for a given market.

The Rhythm Method: Turning Pro Part 27

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We've finally gotten onto a rhythm in our brewing and bottling.

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