Microbrewery plant planning

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  1. PedroMX

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    Hello All,

    First, happy breweing everyone!. I am getting to you to know if anyone can recommend a good and deep book related to Microbrewery plant planning other than Briggs' Brewing Science & Practice. Looking for a deeper insight on equipment, economics, plan layout and the like.

    Best regards!

    -PO
     
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    Many thanks !!!
     
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    I'm just about half way through Tom Hennessey's Brewery Operations Manual. It an easy to read guide to starting and running a small brewpub. He has a lot of good points, and focuses on ways to reduce costs. He does spend a good deal of time on the pub part, where I sometimes wish he had spent more time on the brew part. All in all Its a good place to start. True to his style, he has saved money on editing the book and there are multiple mistakes.

    How is this Briggs book you mentioned? I am also looking for other books which may delve deeper into the technicalities of brewing techniques. Would you recommend this book for that?
     

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