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Brewery Operations Manual By Tom Hennessy, Tom Hennessy
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Learn how to open & run a successful brewery. This Brewery Operations Manual is a complete "to do" list that will guide you through the maze of events necessary to open your own brewery... More > without spending the family fortune. This is real nuts and bolts stuff. Within the three steps you'll learn how to: *Save money so less is needed *Pick the type of locations that will save you time and money *Piece together a brewery for a fraction of the cost of a turn-key system *Follow an easy bookkeeping system to track your business in real time *Utilize a kick-ass business system to run your brewery Tom Hennessy is the owner of Colorado Boy Pub & Brewery. It is his sixth brewery over the past 18 years. He is the creator of Frankenbrew, a cult classic 1995 video on how to build inexpensive breweries. This book is the result of years teaching many students how to open their own breweries.< Less
21 Questions About Opening a Brewery in the United States By Brad Lincoln, Anda Lincoln
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Wouldn't it be great if there was a guide to the alcohol and beverage laws for breweries? 21 Questions About Opening a Brewery in the United States is focused on providing brewers with a basic... More > understanding of what issues might arise in opening or expanding a brewery. It will also help a brewer identify what questions to ask about the federal and state alcohol and beverage laws, and where to find the answers; thus, freeing the brewer to focus on generating innovative business ideas.< Less
Breweries and Beer Bottles at El Paso, Texas By Bill Lockhart
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This book is a study of El Paso Breweries and the bottles and cans they used. The book goes into detail on dating bottles, cans, labels, and accompanying items like openers, trays, etc. The book is... More > aimed at archaeologists, but it will also be useful for collectors and local history students. In addition, the book explores the nearby city of Juarez, Mexico, during the period of Texas and U.S. Prohibition -- 1918-1934.< Less
The Remarkable T.L. Reber; Soda Bottles and Bottling in the Black Range and Silver City, New Mexico By Bill Lockhart
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This book is divided into three sections. First is the Story of T.L. Reber, a unique salesman who opened soda bottling plants in the Southwest, sold the entire business, then moved on. Reber, and... More > his wife, Rebecca, opened as many as 50 bottling works, mostly in New Mexico and Arizona. Part 2 is the soda bottling history of the Black Range (New Mexico), the site of two of Reber's early plants. It follows the subsequent bottlers in this well-known mining district. The final section traces the development of another of Reber's early businesses, this time in Silver City, New Mexico. It begins with Reber's plant in 1880 and the sequence of bottlers who followed. The book includes short sections on the breweries in the two locations.< Less
Walkabout Overland During a Different Era 1967-1971 By Timothy J Fitzpatrick
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True story. Description of daily life on the road. You will feel it. From Mexico to Panama back and forth two times, circled Europe from Ireland to Greece twice, crossing Turkey,Iran, Afghanistan,... More > Pakistan toward Nepal but stopped by war, crossed southern Afghan desert and back as winter chases me off the steppes of Mt Ararat where Noah left his ark, living in London pubs, running with bulls in old time Pamplona, causing a riot at a bullfight in Barcelona, throwing revolutionary off 3rd floor balcony, escaping the clutches of Irish girls, saved from rising tide by naked girl, piloting sloop at night in force8gale, rafting truck across across lagoon, barred returning Hienekin Brewery with bottle opener, squaring off with drugcrazed mugger,crapping in mop buckets, crapping in sinks, went one on one with Mother Nature and walked away.< Less