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Old 03-21-2008, 12:07 AM   #31
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are you the man who had that brewery?

think you could give me some advice?


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Old 03-21-2008, 12:21 AM   #32
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wow man, just read your 4 part journey to becoming a brewer

fantastic read, wish I could buy you a beer


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Old 03-22-2008, 08:18 AM   #33
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Here are some pictures I took of 3 breweries I toured near Toronto, last November:
http://montrealers.ca/node/487

Some interesting ideas, there. I especially like the frosty glycol pipes (-:

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A little off topic... Maybe I live in another universe but... Is it just me or did that brewery do just enough cleaning to not infect their beer and just say screw the rest? From the mold on the walls to that poor copper instrument panel that was all oxidized and scratched up to the mineral buildup on the fermenters themselves... It's a shame I tell you! A shame indeed! hehe Looked like a damn good time though
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Old 03-25-2008, 11:43 AM   #34
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You can't sell beer you made at home, you won't even be able to get a license until you have a business location and at that point you had better have customers already lined up.
So in your backyard if you put up a very nice brew shed that met all food & safety guidelines etc... you can't get a liscense to brew and sell beer on a very small scale? (35-40ish gallons a week small. Ultra micro lite brewery)
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Old 03-25-2008, 12:45 PM   #35
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Check out this guys operation, he is doing in on a shoestring budget:

http://www.worthbrewing.com/
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So in your backyard if you put up a very nice brew shed that met all food & safety guidelines etc... you can't get a liscense to brew and sell beer on a very small scale? (35-40ish gallons a week small. Ultra micro lite brewery)
not unless your home is zone as industrial/commercial.
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Old 03-25-2008, 02:40 PM   #37
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Check out this guys operation, he is doing in on a shoestring budget:

http://www.worthbrewing.com/
What a great way to 'go pro'. He gets to sell his beer, but he's brewing on a homebrew scale. Obviously he is brewing for the enjoyment and not the cash, and that is pretty cool in my book.


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