Becoming a Brewmaster and/or Owning Your Own Pub
I learned a couple new things about becoming a brewmaster today on EBSCOhost today. I read an article by Gary Reagan, The Taming of the brew: Becoming a brewmaster isn't as hard as it seems,about the process of making your own beer. I learned, most importantly, that it is not that hard to become a brewmaster/own your own pub. There is a company called One World Brewing, and the guys at this company lease out brewing equipment to people who want to brew their own beer. The people can brew for fun, but most of the people that call this company are resturant owners who would like to start their own brewing. There is a fee, but there are a lot of benefits that come with it. If you pay about $1,000 a month, then you can have the equipment, ingredients, recipes, and a guy who knows how to make the beer. You can set up any style of beer you would like and the trained brewmaster will come and make it for you. The great thing is that if the resturant sells five kegs worth of beer a month, then the $1,000 fee is covered by the profit of the sales. One World Brewing takes a lot of stress away from the resturants who are new to brewing and it is a fairly easy process. Another company, D.M.E., a Candian company, does the same thing as One World Brewing. Both these companies are making it very easy to make your own beer.