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If I owned my own Micro-Brewery...

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Scooby_Brew

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I'm just doing some day-dreaming here.
If I owned my own Micro-Brewery (hypothetically speaking, of course), I would run a home-brew shop right out of the brewery. I would also have a "brew on premises" place there too. I would offer scale-down recipe kits for the same beers I brewed in my brewery, so the beer enthusiasts could try to brew the same beers and taste the difference. I would offer jars of my house yeast for free or for cheap.
I would start a home-brew club in the brewery, and once a year some home brewer could brew his/her own beer on the "big" equipment and we would sell that beer in the brewery.
I would sell pizza and bread made out of spent grains. And doggie biscuits too, what the hell.
Except for beer I would brew soda-pops like natural ginger-ale (love it)! I would also brew a cheap version of 5 Hour Energy (I can't believe I pay $2 a shot for it).
 

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A brew pub here just started offering home brew supplies. A great idea you have there.
 

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Here in Virginia, there was a nano-brewery and homebrew shop. They expanded over the fall into a brewpub/restaurant setup where they butcher local livestock that is fed with spent grains.
 
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