Is this a book for beer aficionados or business enthusiasts? Both, and it's as refreshing as a cold brew.In Beer School, authors and entrepreneurs Steve Hindy and Tom Potter share the improbable saga of Brooklyn Brewery, the company they grew from a home-brew hobby into a multimillion-dollar business - all in the most competitive beer market in the United States.
If you have a thirst for entrepreneurial success, drink up. If you are a business manager or owner and want fresh ideas and insight, tap in. You'll learn entrepreneurial basics, plus some things textbooks don't teach you, as you follow the company's successes (and a few failures) and find out about:
"Its counsel is sound and its prose lively, and it should appeal to both wannabe industrialists and beer drinkers, not that those categories are mutually exclusive....they offer a compelling model and a heartening story." (Publishers Weekly)
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Good story, bad narrator
I would if they didn't narrate it.
This is my first one.
Steve Hindy trips over his own words (that he has written himself!) and has very strange cadence. Tom Potter does make up for it a little bit, but not enough to save this book.
No, it is a complete story of the Brooklyn Brewery for Tom and Steve.
- Chris - Audible "I'm an Audible editor, and I think this quote sums it up: "A voice is such a deep, personal reflection of character." - Daniel Day-Lewis"
Good Business Book, Bad Beer Book
- Eric "Eric"