Initially brewed by Wellington advertising man Geoff Ross in his garage, everything bout this vodka was audacious, from the very notion of making high-end vodka ownunder to its irreverent ad campaigns and the fact that it would go on to beat the world's great vodka brands in international competitions. But the most remarkable thing about 42 Below was the way it won the respect and support of the world's leading bartenders and eventually attracted the attention of liquor giant Bacardi, which paid millions to buy the brand four years ago. Every Bastard Says No is the rollicking tale of how Geoff Ross, his wife Justine, and heir business partners and loyal staff risked all and worked their butts off to do what ew Zealanders so dream of doing but so rarely manage- build a brand that makes the world sit up and take notice. It's an inspirational business story that will appeal to ntrepreneurs, business students, creatives, and everyone who loves a brave - and ltimately successful - Kiwi start-up. 'This book will bamboozle those who look for neat classifications. Is it a business book?A biography? Or a beverage bible? I don't know - and it doesn't matter. It works. It'sbrilliant!