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The Owners from Birdsong Brewing Company We wish we knew about the small stuff before starting a brewery! Our consideration of our growing customer base was underestimated; people like us a lot more than we ever realized!
Patty from Pecan Street Brewing We underestimated the capacity of the brewing system we would need and also underestimated the amount of cooling space and space in general for the brewing area. So, I guess you can say that we wish we had planned and built a larger brewing capacity and more cold storage.
Tom from Yards Brewing Company I wish I had had a better sense of what the craft beer industry would become when I first started. Now Yards has the ability to grow and adapt with the industry as it continues to progress, but at the time I may have made some different decisions, had I had a better picture of the potential for innovation and success down the line.
Since then we have upgraded to a bigger system to meet the demand, which is still tough due to the growing popularity in craft beer. So it would have been nice to know in advance that we would be selling as much beer as we do.
Not a bad problem, but problematic. Each tank location, warehousing, cooler, etc is all down on paper and pre-planned. There are a lot of dashed lines on our plan that represents the future.
Well, you might want to increase those numbers a bit… maybe a lot! Devin from 7venth Sun Brewing Before we got started we did a lot of research on what to anticipate from seasoned veterans in the industry.
All of them said that we should plan for everything to take twice as long and cost three times as much. We approached our plan with this in mind and they were certainly right.
We planned for it to take twice as long and cost three times as much and it still took twice as long as that. We ended up completing our buildout and our small expansion just in the nick of time and we consider ourselves very lucky to be where we are.
The things that I wish I knew about ahead are construction costs and time commitments. They are always a lot more than what you expect.
Take your worst case estimate of them and double it then you might be close. My biggest pieces of advice are: Contractors will always find things that you and they missed in the plans and walk throughs.
Govt shutdowns, licensing, regulations, zoning…. Mark from Atwater Brewery I wish that I would have known the complexity of the 3 tier distribution system better prior to deciding what beers to launch, along with a better understanding of the chain network. We purchased an existing brewery so we would have liked to have known the amount of additional money it was going to take to get the equipment into top shape.
Like any business it is the unknowns that are most difficult in the beginning and that is why sufficient working capital is essential. Having no prior brewery experience we had no idea the set up would be so complicated or that the financial commitment so big!St.
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