The microbrewing scene has changed beyond recognition in the eight years since the first edition of this book was published. The sheer number of small independent breweries at work, up and down the land, has now more than doubled to 1,500. Ted Bruning, leading beer author, guides you through the practicalities of starting your own microbrewery; from how to brew right through to finding a place of your own.
Chapter One: How to Brew
Chapter Two: Where to Brew
Chapter Three: Planning Your Finances
Chapter Four: Brewing Equipment Constructing your own Equipment
Chapter Five: What to Brew
Chapter Six: How to get to Market: Draught Sales
Chapter Seven: How to Get to Market: Bottled Sales
Chapter Eight: A Place of Your Own
Customs and Duty
Directory of Services and Supplies
Plus 15 case studies
About the author
Ted Bruning is a journalist who has worked in the brewing industry and pub trade press for over 20 years. He joined CAMRA’s What’s Brewing and five years later he became editor. He left in 2006 to return to freelancing. Ted’s love of beer and pubs is reflected in his books, Historic Pubs of London, Historic Inns of England ( and London By Pub (2001).
Size: 210 x 135mm
Pages: 256 black and white