While his sense of humor, Jeremy's schtick, is riotous and unforgettable, it is the trails encountered following his dream that make this book a memorable read. Enjoy the ride as much as one of Jeremy's beers.” Daniel Bradford, publisher, All About Beer magazine
Jeremy Cowan combines the heart of a brewer with the soul of a two-thousand-year-old rabbinical mench in his new book Craft Beer Bar Mitzvah. A must read on how to get from there (a crazy dream) to here successfully in beer.” Tom Dalldorf, publisher, Celebrator Beer News
Mixes comedic, self-deprecating anecdotes with general acts of badasserywhich pretty much sums up the brands [Cowan] has created.” Jeff Cioletti, editor in chief, Beverage World magazine
This man knows how to build a brand from scratch and reading his story is a fascinating, can't-put-the-book-down tale. Just don't read it from right to left.” Pete Slosberg, founder, Pete's Wicked Ale
Hilariously mind-blowing” Alan Kaufman, author, Jew Boy
Jeremy Cowan is the founder and proprietor of Shmaltz Brewing Company, which annually produces more than 7,000 barrels of award-winning craft beer. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, and San Francisco. James Sullivan is a regular contributor to the Boston Globe, a former staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, and the author of The Hardest Working Man, Jeans, and Seven Dirty Words. He lives in Boston.