About the Author:
How I Became A Brewer
My Worst Brewing Experience
Teri in the News
Rain Dragon Studio
Artists on Amherst
Articles by the Author:
Hiring the Best Brewers
Schedule for Opening Day
My Burn Injury
Specialty Malt-Presentation
Specialty Malt-Handout
My Brewing Career
Ingredient Supply Chain
Creating A Community
Forward Hop Contracting
Australian BrewCon
Beer Across America 2007
Grain Handling Systems
7 Secrets of Brewpubs
5 Brewpub Success Tips
The Jockeybox
Going Pro in the Beer Biz
1999 CBC Safety Panel
Brewing Diagrams
Server Beer School
Increasing Beer Tourism
Closed Pressurized Fermentation
Shortcut to Brewmaster
Dialogs & Essays:
Advice for Future Brewers
Extreme Brewing Dialog
Definition of "Brewmaster"
Opinions & Advice
Tools & Formulas:
Brewpub Lab Manual
Operations Manual
The Mash Hoe
The Brew Clock
Simple Brewlog Template
IBU Formula
Alc by Vol. Formula
Calorie Calculations
Recommended Reading
Fal's Beer Descriptors
More Articles & Recipes:
Bread Class Handout
Bread-Making Advice
Root Beer Production
Food Recipes
Beer Recipes
Women and Beer:
Pink Boots Society
Pink Boots Society Story
Road Brewer Trips:
2007 Road Trip Blog
2007 Trip Itinerary
2007 Trip Statistics
1999 Teardrop Adventure
Click here to download if you don't already have it: Several of the links are PDF files.

Road Trip Blog (for live reporting from the road).
Trip departure was June 4, 2007.
Return to Eugene was October 20, 2007.
Total Length of Trip was: 139 days (4 months + 19 days).

Secret of my Success
Email sent February 2009.
Names and places have been changed.

Hi BillyBoy,

I've also been thinking about what you said to me at the GABF - "how did I become so successful?" (or something like that). If you looked at my bank account you might rethink your question!

Seriously, these are the two secrets to my success:

1. Tell your own story. Either nobody out there is telling your story, or they are going to screw it up. After you're gone, whose story about you do you want people to hear?

2. Be visible. Attend conferences. Speak at conferences. Get beyond your native shyness and force yourself to meet people. Get on panels if you are too afraid of standing in front of a crowd alone. Smile a lot. But mostly be there and be seen. Showing up is 90% of success.

That's it. Take care!

Cheers, Teri

Hey Teri...

Words to live by!



Road Trip Blog: www.roadbrewer.com
Women in Beer & Brewing: www.pinkbootssociety.org