« on: October 08, 2010, 09:57:04 AM »
I will absolutely start brewing again this weekend, hopefully today I'll do a kolsch and tomorrow I'll do a stout or porter.
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I'm an Advertising major doing some market research on Home Brewers and their online habits. If you could be so kind to answer some survey questions I would greatly appreciate it! I did notice that AHA already did a survey so if you don't want to answer questions you already answered, feel free to jump to question 8.
I won't use any of this information to sell to some big company either.
1) What is your age range?
2) What area do you reside in?
e. Other+++ Southwest
3). What do you do for a living? Geologist
4). How many children do you have?
5). How long have you been home brewing?
a. >1 year
b. 1-3 years
c. 4-7 years
d. 7+ years+++
6). How much money do you spend on home brewing a year?
a. >$1000+++ now that I have pretty much everything I need
c. $2,000 +
7). How often do you participate in Home Brewing?
Why did you begin home brewing?Good beer not available in my area and I just wanted to try it
9) Do you have any home brewing goals?Always have 40 gallons on hand
10). How many hours per day do you spend online?
11) What are the top 10 websites that you visit each day?realbeer.com,beeradvocate.com,AHA,morebeer.com
12) What forms of social media (ex: facebook, twitter, blogging) do you use the most to connect with home brewers and learn about home brewing itself? just internet forums
I read some article a while ago about picky eaters and how it is almost a phobia of sorts for some of them.My wife and I are good cooks, we rarely ever eat out and that's how our kids were raised. We also always had a veggie garden so from the time my kids could crawl they were eating straight from the garden-literally. I have pictures of my 8 month old daughter eating tomatoes still on the plant, and my son would pull carrots, wipe some dirt off and start eating. We never harvested enough broccoli because once the head got a couple of inches across a kid would eat it. To this day they love veggies.
I think it all has to do with your early experiences with and introductions to food as an infant/toddler, and how your parents approach food and eating.