« on: August 27, 2011, 12:05:00 PM »
The question you have to ask is: If this is the path I want to take what am I willing to do to get there?
Many probrewers look down on nanos. Kind of like the big guys used to look down on micro/craft brewers, so don't be discouraged by soundbrewing or any others if this is your dream. Are you willing/able to work full time & brew after work & on weekends to make it happen? Do you have a relationship with pub/resturant/bar/tavern owners to give you bar space? You know how to run your own business, market your self and develop a client base. These skills may be just as important as your brewing abilities. Dream big, start small & be patient you don't get there overnight. If you can slowly grow eventually you maybe able to quit your day job or at least put more time in to brewing. Not everyone will be or wants to be the next Dogfish but most of us would love to see our beer in an establishment of some sort.