Marketing and product quality
E. H. Vogel, Jr.
Paper examines the relationships between product development, production, marketing, and the quality of the product. Central thesis: any product fabricated under specifications that compromise with quality pays the price for this "penny-wise-pound foolish" philosophy at a later date in its life cycle. It is the obligation of every master brewer to be uncompromising with product quality since no amount of marketing can make up for this deficiency---physically, mentally, or financially.