Brewery Feasibility

Planning your future brewery at first glance can seem a daunting process when thinking about the many different factors that need to be considered. At Brew-Tek, our team has the experience and knowledge to make this process as easy as possible. Our involvement with a wide range of projects has shown that there are four main areas that should be considered:

 

  1. Financial: Knowing your starting investment, target market and desired production volume, we can adjust and project your costs and profit. Giving a clear plan/timetable of how your business could progress and if there are any potential opportunities for expansion.

 

 

  1. Location: We can advise on the size of location based upon your production volume and plan how best to optimise the space once you have acquired it.

 

 

  1. Skill Development: If you are new to brewing or if you just want to build upon your existing knowledge we have contacts in the industry that can help you build your skill base so that you feel confident going forward.

 

 

  1. Regulations: Each country/region will have regulations regarding brewing and distribution. We advise checking with your local authority to get more information.

 

 

Of course such a small list of general ideas can not cover everything that comes with the enormous task of creating ones own brewery, but it is important for our customers to know that we will do all we can to ensure the best product and best imformation we have.

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