- A place where beer is made commercially
- a plant where beer is brewed by fermentation
- (brewer) someone who brews beer or ale from malt and hops and
- (brewer) the owner or manager of a brewery
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menu - Beer School:
Beer School: Bottling Success at the Brooklyn Brewery
What do you get when you cross a journalist and
a banker? A brewery, of course.
"A great city should have great beer. New
York finally has, thanks to Brooklyn. Steve Hindy and Tom Potter provided it.
Beer School explains how they did it: their mistakes as well as their triumphs.
Steve writes with a journalist's skepticism-as though he has forgotten that he
is reporting on himself. Tom is even less forgiving-he's a banker, after all.
The inside story reads at times like a cautionary tale, but it is an account of
a great and welcome achievement."
—Michael Jackson, The Beer Hunter(r)
accessible and insightful case study with terrific insight for aspiring
entrepreneurs. And if that's not enough, it is all about beer!"
Murray Low, Executive Director, Lang Center for Entrepreneurship, Columbia
"Great lessons on what every first-time entrepreneur will
experience. Being down the block from the Brooklyn Brewery, I had firsthand
witness to their positive impact on our community. I give Steve and Tom's book
—Norm Brodsky, Senior Contributing Editor, Inc. magazine
School is a useful and entertaining book. In essence, this is the story of
starting a beer business from scratch in New York City. The product is one
readers can relate to, and the market is as tough as they get. What a fun
challenge! The book can help not only those entrepreneurs who are starting a
business but also those trying to grow one once it is established. Steve and Tom
write with enthusiasm and insight about building their business. It is clear
that they learned a lot along the way. Readers can learn from these lessons
—Michael Preston, Adjunct Professor, Lang Center for Entrepreneurship,
Columbia Business School, and coauthor, The Road to Success: How to Manage
"Although we (thankfully!) never had to deal with the Mob, being held
up at gunpoint, or having our beer and equipment ripped off, we definitely
identified with the challenges faced in those early days of cobbling a brewery
together. The revealing story Steve and Tom tell about two partners entering a
business out of passion, in an industry they knew little about, being seriously
undercapitalized, with an overly naive business plan, and their ultimate
success, is an inspiring tale."
—Ken Grossman, founder, Sierra Nevada Brewing
January 28, 2011
Devouring a Pizookie with Tiffany and Oz! The
Pizookie topped off an overwhelmingly satisfying dinner at BJ's Restaurant and
Brewery. Tonight's menu featured calamari, mozzarella and tomato salad, spinach
stuffed mushrooms, gourmet mac and cheese, and a hand crafted Harvest
Hefeweissen brew perfectly sized for me (5 oz!).
Front Cover of a menu at BJ's Brewery
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The brewing techniques described in this book
are the same as Bill Owens used at his brewery, Buffalo Bill's Brewery located
in Hayward, California. Bill's six barrel brewhouse uses the same tower
(gravity) brewing method as described in this book. A ten gallon brewing system
can be built in a couple of weekends. Bill Owens shows you: • How to build a
mash tun from a camping cooler • How to convert a beer keg into a kettle • How
to construct a heat exchanger from a garden hose • How to control fermentation
This book explains how, on your first brew, you can produce wonderful, cold,
clear and carbonated beers in just 10 days.