Breweries are more popular than ever, especially those that focus on regional characteristics. In 2012, there were 2,420 craft breweries in the United States. By 2017, this number had jumped to 6,266, and the number of microbreweries had increased significantly.
A brewery is a great business that can attract a group of craft beer lovers as well as locals who only want a good place to drink a beer or watch a game after work.
For most business owners, the most common cost of starting a brewery is to purchase equipment. Depending on the size of the brewery and whether the equipment is second-hand equipment or new equipment, the necessary equipment prices range from US $ 10,000 to US $ 1 million. However, buying equipment is only the first step. There are many other costs that must be considered when starting a brewery.
Other costs will include renting or purchasing buildings that will house the brewery. In order to adapt to the needs of equipment and breweries, you may need a lot of construction on the building. The addition of laminate flooring that can withstand impact and spillage should also be included in the total cost.
So the cost of the brewery will be determined by the size and budget of your brewery. If the budget is insufficient, you can choose to buy small equipment as a start, and you can even do it all at home. When your home brewery is successful, you can re-plan all of this. Appropriate equipment plus a perfect building system and a reasonable location, I believe everyone will find you because of your perfect beer.