The humble brewery has evolved into a very successful commercial industry, and craft breweries only continue to rise in popularity as they attract more sales and visitors each year. With the world of craft beer thriving, the opportunity is ripe for starting something of your own. But where do you begin when figuring out how to start a brewery? When it comes to starting your own business, it can be a long process that requires a lot of time and investment. But the rewards are definitely worth the sweat and tears!
Ready-made business plan for organizing a craft brewery
Brewers Association | Business Plan Resources for Breweries
You are using an outdated browser not supported by The Brewers Association. Please consider upgrading! Many of the discussions we have at the Brewers Association BA revolve around resources and ideas that are specific to the beer industry. We focus on technical brewing, acquiring the right ingredients, building a brand, marketing beers, passing OSHA inspections, and complying with the TTB, among other things. Yet, there is a foundation to breweries, brewpubs, and taprooms alike, that is the common thread of all businesses. That foundation is a well-constructed business plan.
Your guide to opening a beer bar: From creating a business plan to financing
Organization of a craft brewery in Rostov-on-Don on a rented area with a capacity of up to 1, liters per day. It is planned to create a strong Hammer Torah brand: building interaction not only with direct customers HoReCa format establishments, premium segment draft beer shops , but also with the end consumer through communication on social networks, live events in establishments with the participation of the project team. The price segment is premium. Investment funds were allocated for the purchase of equipment, the organization of a launch advertising campaign, the purchase of the first batch of raw materials, the formation of a working capital fund until the project returns to payback. It is produced, as a rule, by relatively small regional breweries; distribution is carried out within a small territory in order to exclude long-term logistics.
And, the number is still growing. But craft breweries offer unique personalities that their consumers can relate to — as well as unique flavor profiles. And that counts for a lot. People value authenticity in the brands they purchase, and craft breweries deliver that authenticity in spades.