Not open for further replies. Lets here some insight please. Assuming that you have a 1st edition Charizard in there.
HealBrew Initiate 0 Sep 5, Oktoberfiesta said: Look into that aspect first and foremost. Will you be looking to lease etc?
The beer making is the easy part. You are just throwing shit at a wall and hoping it sticks. I have no idea what your market is like, so a 3bbl brewhouse might be a great way to start off with. There are plenty that have, and then upgraded. You may not even have to.
Not having any clue what you want to brew, or having any plan for how many fermentation vessels and serving tanks you have on the cold side.
Bigger is not always better because having more beer when you are not selling it means it takes longer to get rid of it. Start small and work up.
You pay more in manhours.
But, you also have beer that is always fresh. ANd if you have a fishbowl brewery. People get to watch your brewers and bother them. A sexy looking 15 bbl brewhouse may make you feel awesome. But if the beer takes a couple months to turn over.
You get the picture. From my experience as a brewer. Do your measurements so if you have to expand in the space you get. Thank you for that, that was very helpful, I think we need to get a plan in the next few months honkey Zealot Aug 28, Arizona Premium HealBrew said: What our plan is to start with a 3-bbl system to test the market before we would upgrade to a bigger system.
Our area that we are going to be approaching is very untapped in comparison to others in Ontario, Canada so we feel that we have a good shot.
Our business plan is not made, we are only in the information gathering phase. What some of my questions would be and if you could share some insight on some of them would be the following: Would we ever come out of the red in a smaller system or would you have to go bigger.So You Want to Start Your Own Brewery?
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