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Brew Strong: Going Pro - What's Next?

In the 4th Going Pro installment, Brew Strong goes deeper into opening a brewery

Broadcast Date: 2011-10-31 18:00:00

Running time: 01:03:46

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In this 4th installment of Brew Strong's Going Pro series, Jamil Zainasheff, John Palmer and Steve Kinsey (Kinetic Brewing) discuss more details about opening a brewery. After giving you the lowdown on planning, equipment and paperwork, here the crew talks about marketing, electrical, special floor drains, and more to round out their experience based education on opening breweries.

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