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Thread: when i grow up...

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    when i grow up...

    this is the most professional looking site about brewing ive found. so from those who are in the trenches. how do i get started in this industry. i am a 24 year old college grad that enjoys the actual brewing process of the business. i have homebrew experience and a very little bit of micro brewpub experience. should i go to school, work for a micro brewer, im not really sure where to start to make the dream come true. only that i love brewing. all advice is welcome.
    S J Cruz
    Managing Member
    Against The Grain Brewery
    Louisville, KY 40202

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    There are a lot of threads on this subject, here are a few to check out:

    http://probrewer.com/vbulletin/showt...p?threadid=877

    http://www.probrewer.com/vbulletin/s...&threadid=1162

    Cheers, Tim

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    Re: when i grow up...

    Originally posted by scruz
    this is the most professional looking site about brewing ive found. so from those who are in the trenches. how do i get started in this industry. i am a 24 year old college grad that enjoys the actual brewing process of the business. i have homebrew experience and a very little bit of micro brewpub experience. should i go to school, work for a micro brewer, im not really sure where to start to make the dream come true. only that i love brewing. all advice is welcome.
    Maybe stop by the beer corner of Clay & Main in beautiful downtown Louisville and do some volunteer work...

    Cheers
    david

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    Always work in a brewery for at least a year before considering education in the field. You will see how much you enjoy cleaning and your education will be infinitely more valuable.

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