The businesses best positioned to survive the pandemic economy are both strong and flexible. They have a lean balance sheet and are prepared to adjust course.
Many brewery owners place their greatest focus on their profit and loss statement, when cash is the ultimate determining factor of whether one’s doors stay open. Too often the cash flow statement is misunderstood and ignored, especially when cash seeps …Read More
This short video series by Maria Pearman, author of Small Brewery Finance, is intended to support craft brewers navigating the COVID-19 environment.Read More
Brewery financial professional Audra Gaizunas shares her process for predicting cash flow needs in an easy-to-follow, step-by-step format.Read More
A growing number of breweries who are fully committed to the triple bottom line are taking the next step and becoming Certified B Corporations.
Many craft breweries are finding success with unusual business models, from small breweries with an extended reach, to a combination brewery and running shoe store.
Brewing is a capital-intensive industry, so it's imperative to follow a path that brings the greatest return while conserving or boosting cash. Cash is the key to survival.
In this hands-on workshop participants will develop a financial forecast for the first 3 years of operation. Attendees will leave with a forecast template that generates three basic financial reports: balance sheet, income statement and statement of cash flows. The …Read More
You have a slew of numbers and data assembled in financial statements, but face making decisions quickly, without knowing where to start or how to prioritize your profits. What if you could learn key areas of focus, the math behind …Read More
From leasing your facility to purchasing new equipment to hosting tastings and tours, learn how to protect yourself from liability and determine profitability. Explore accounting and insurance for growth. Read More