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Craft Cooperatives and Partner Breweries: Isle Brewers Guild in Pawtucket, RI

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The Business Of Craft Beer

The Business Of Craft Beer

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So you are committed to opening your own brewery but don’t have the required capital. What are your options?

Partnership brewing may be a viable solution.

In the early days of craft beer this was referred to as contract brewing. Yet today, this business model has evolved considerably. A number of top-ranked breweries utilize a partnership model. Instead of raising capital for a facility, brewing and packaging equipment, and many staff, this business model allows for a focus on recipe development, marketing, branding and sales – and a smaller brewery/taproom. Meanwhile, the cost of getting started or expanding to other regions of the country is considerably less that building your own brewery.

The phone lines will be open and you are welcome to call in at (929) 477-1757 to join the conversation!

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