1. Teri Fahrendorf: Pioneer Brewmaster and Founder Pink Boots Society Carl Landau, Teri Fahrendorf: 41:55

What do pink boots have to do with being a professional craft beer brewmaster? I guess you’ll need to listen and find out in this episode. Teri Fahrendorf was headed on the fast track in high tech Silicon Valley in the ’80’s. But she quickly learned that the cubicle life wasn’t for her and she created a second act as one of the first female brewmasters in the emerging craft beer industry. Her amazing journey takes a lot of twist and turns but leads her to accomplishing great things within her industry and founding an organization to assist, inspire and encourage women brewmasters all over the country. 

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Carl Landau is co-author of the new book, Pickleball for dummies. He has been an entrepreneur since the age of 26 and now in (un)Retirement is founder of Pickleball Media. He has started and sold three successful media companies, published five magazines (software development, winemaking and craft brewing industries). He currently hosts the popular podcast I Used to be Somebody, inspiring 50-plus-year-olds how to build their (un)Retirement good life, including, of course, a little bit about the virtues of the game he loves — pickleball.