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Is it gold mine? have no crafters in my city. If i will be first, can i earn some on it?
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>>978677
>Initial cost
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>>978677
>tfw you will never kiss that neck

please drown me in your craft beer op
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>>978677

could be illegal or incredibly hard to get into from a legal standpoint.

If a market isn't saturated, there's usually a reason. do proper research.

however, only those who dig find gold. godspeed senpai.
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>>978677

Craft beers and real ales are beer by enthusiasts, for enthusiasts. It's fun to make and drink, but there's little potential for expansion beyond that unless you have a lot of money.
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>>978677
It depends on if you actually know your shit. If you just make some "good enough" pisswater that costs 3x as much as bud light then people will lose interest quickly. I doubt somebody (such as me!) who doesnt know shit about alcohol (other than it helps me get laid) could just jump into the scene and make a good beer and make bank. It wouldnt be a quick money printer at all.
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Have you been making small batches for at least 10 years?

Do you have 50k min for startup equipment?

Do you have partners who have 25K+ for startup costs?

Do you live in a decent sized city?

Do you have strict alcohol laws?

Do you have the correct licensing to operate a food grade kitchen/brewery?

If the answer to any of these questions is no, you can't do it.
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>>978766

Unless you can make it gimmicky or provide something that's novelty to it. Otherwise I agree, it probably won't be worth the time/ effort unless making beer for possibly low/ no money is appealing
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Budweiser disproved craft beer in this short documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siHU_9ec94c

It's over, OP.

IT'S OVER
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As an educated white female that exclusively dates black men, usually two at a time, I can say that making profit from craft brew is quite expensive. I can answer any questions that are not related to my dating preferences.
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>>980520
>attention
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>>978677
>goldmine
I doubt it. The craft beer industry is moving to a small footprint. Thier are a few breweries in my area that just 5 years ago would be good enough for national distribution, but now there is so much good beer out there that even world class brews from new breweries are mostly limited to local or regional distribution. There is little room to scale.

If their are none in your area, a brewpub might work but that's more restaurant than brewing and the costs are huge.
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