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"Rarely is a book as good as a beer, but this one is. It's written with humor, humility, and passion, essential ingredients for any entrepreneur."
—BOB GUCCIONE JR., founder of Spin magazine and Gear magazine
"Brewing Up a Business will inspire both entrepreneurs and aspiring small business owners to have the confidence to follow their dreams."
—JIM DAVIS, Chairman and CEO of New Balance
"Sam Calagione embodies the spirit of a true Delaware entrepreneur. Starting out as the smallest brewery in the nation, Sam's ambition, acute business sense, and vision have allowed Dogfish Head Craft Brewery to successfully enter an extremely competitive market as Dogfish Head continues to leave an indelible mark on the beer industry."
—RUTH ANN MINNER, former Governor of Delaware
"Everything you want to know about succeeding in business you can learn from beer. At least, you can if it's the remarkable story of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery. Brewing Up a Business is like a how-to manual for entrepreneurs. With humor, creativity, and wisdom, Sam Calagione has crafted a new kind of business book that's as unique as his great beer!"
—JOE CALLOWAY, author of Becoming a Category of One and Indispensable
I am reading it again. I love the story of Dogfish Head and their ales.
The business and management tips are spot on for anyone starting/running a small business.
An encouraging book if you're looking to start your own brewery which we have. There are other books if you want to know the science behind brewing but this book will give some... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R D Sherring
When working on the business plan for my own craft distillery, I read this book several times and drew a lot of inspiration from it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Whiskey Darek
Good story to much marketing info in the middle. Cool story though.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Save your money. Unless you want to read the story of P.T. Barnum reinvented. Also, support a local brewery. Anyone can make an IPA, 90 minutes or otherwise.Published 2 months ago by Em Kay