Reading books on the beach is the best. You get the sun on your face, toes in the sand, and cold beer in the cooler.  Life is good.

If you’re looking for the perfect book to bring to the beach this summer, Andrew Coplon from Secret Hopper has ideas.

Andrew’s book list is chock full of great ideas to help you run a more successful brewery. Pack your sunscreen, beach towel, and a handful of these books. You’ll be glad you did.

Unreasonable Hospitality by Will Guidara

A must read on how the little things can make a big difference.

Will Guidara, the former owner of a super fancy restaurant in NYC, wanted to be known for not only the best food, but also the best experience – and he succeeded.

Atomic Habits by James Clear

I read this yearly to make sure I’m implementing actionable strategies in my life to be a better person.

This book has helped me with everything from disconnecting from my phone and being more present with my family to creating business goals that are helping me achieve greater success.

Smart Brevity by Jim VandeHei, Mike Allen, and Roy Schwartz

We all have short attention spans and this book offers easy-to-read insights on how you can best get your message out in front of your audience.

Whether you’re looking to craft beer email campaigns or social media posts, there’s something for you to learn.

Start With Why by Simon Sinek

This classic by Simon Sinek will inspire you to…well, inspire others.

Start With Why challenges you to understand the “why” behind your business and in turn positions you to better create loyalty among your customers and build meaningful relationships.

You Shall Know Our Velocity by Dave Eggers

I first read this book over 2 decades ago, and recently read it again.

While I typically find myself reading entrepreneurial books, this book is a welcomed escape into an unreal adventure around the world.

Eggers tells the story of two childhood friends who set out on a week-long around-the-world odyssey, ostensibly to give away a large sum of money.

Equally entertaining as motivating to pack your bag and go somewhere.



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