Brewery Planner: A Guide to Opening and Running Your Own Small Brewery

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Brewers Publications, Jan 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
The Brewery Planner is an essential resource for anyone who is considering opening a small brewery. Each chapter is written by a different brewing industry professional, offering advice that only someone who has been there can give. Information on designing your brewery; acquiring capital, packaging, distributing, and marketing; dealing with brewery waste; and handling local regulatory authorities are just some of the areas covered by this comprehensive collection. Based on the first edition, this second edition of the Brewery Planner contains all-new information as well as a detailed sample business plan and valuable statistics on finances, sales, and average start-up costs. Every year more and more microbreweries and brewpubs will open their doors. As a prospective brewery operator, you will head into your brewing venture prepared to succeed with The Brewery Planner.

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Planning Appropriate Financing Feasibility
Contract Brewing
The Microbrewing Industry and Industrial Wastewater

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