4. They have the money for it
Good. Now get your own copy of the book to move bringing more beer to women.
Here’s an example of collaboration: Guest tap of a neighboring brewery during American Craft Beer Week (just finished May 16 – 22).
They are comrades, as are many brewers. This is a snapshot from this past Saturday during ACBW. Larry invited a few guest brewers to join them at SSBC and share their beer for the benefit of the SSBC guests and beer enthusiasts. Corey of Klamath Basin was another brewer Larry engaged.
See, when collaboration happens, then it’s better for the whole community. Collaboration = communication = common goals = fun = success.
Support your local brewery collaborations. Look for them off-sale (in stores) and on-site (on draught). There’s no more creative group of thinkers than American craft brewers.
Here’s another example of collaborating in the beer community.
Here are a couple fun reading and informational posts from Jim & Roger of Indie Hops.
Cheers to the hops community! They are all, without exception, really great, engaged, smart, fun folks whom I – for one – want to keep hanging out with and learning from.