From Publishers Weekly
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This book is easy to read, fun and very interesting.
Just from a title perspective, this book was too good to pass up... Beer School: Bottling Success at the Brooklyn Brewery by Steve Hindy and Tom Potter.
All in all, a great book that is more about starting and running a business than about the beer.
Steve Hindy and Tom Potter founded the Brooklyn Brewery. Steve was a Associated Press journalist covering the Middle East and Tom was an English major who ended up as an assistant... Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. Mulloy
I really enjoyed the style of writing. Steve and Tom each bring unique perspectives to the book. I like how they wove their story in with business practices. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jeffrey J. Bonavita Jr
this was a gift and the recipient said "thank you".
I hope they like it, which is why I gifted it to them.
drop shipping to them went fine as far as I know.
Great Story - especially for some one that has seen Williamsburg and the Brooklyn Brewery grow and change - essentially shaping the landscape of successful microbrewing as we know... Read morePublished 6 months ago by August
Good read if one wants to try going professional from being a home brewer.Published 6 months ago by Gregory A. Schertzer
Great book, was recommended to me by a Columbia student who saw Tom speak there. Helpful in moving forward with my new Meadery, pretty informative and a pleasure to read.Published 7 months ago by jordan hidalgo
This book was recommend by my financial advisor after telling him that I was about to move my family to the opposite end of the country and start a craft distillery. Read morePublished 7 months ago by eddie_g
Was hoping for more on beer rather their personal stories, but it was interesting nonetheless. Would like to see an updated version.Published 8 months ago by Kindle Customer