For beer enthusiasts, buying a brewery can both fulfill a lifelong dream and also be a very lucrative business investment. Microbrews and craft beers are more popular than ever, with more than 200 small batch breweries currently operating in Australia, and about 150 in the planning stages. The craft beer boom that is sweeping the nation is being driven by the fact that consumers are craving a fuller flavour beer, and small batch breweries are standing out from the mainstream by experimenting with different ingredients and innovative flavours. Right now, the demand outweighs the supply, making it a great time to buy a microbrewery.
There are a variety of options available when choosing what type of brewery to buy. Some breweries produce beer for wholesale distribution only, while other breweries have a taproom or restaurant attached so they can also sell directly to the consumer. Buying an established local microbrewery or brew pub business for sale is a great way to get into this exciting industry. Boston can connect you with a boutique inventory of breweries for sale today!
Stage set for Private Equity or Restaurant Group purchase! No start-up costs. Well-known and established brewery, built from the ground up, with major investment in the buildout and infrastructure, state-of-the-art brewing equipment, stunning modern multiple food and beverage venues, 20 approved labels, winery, restaurants, catering function facilities, and extensive real estate with additional warehouse space and even has a tasting room for private client meetings.
• Much respected and enjoyed brand • Brand has a proven history of growth • Impressive portfolio; craft beer, cider, spirits and hospitality venues • Multiple complementary revenue streams • Opportunity to access the continued strength in the craft beer, and spirits market. • Fully staffed with layers of management, systems and procedures.
This is a rare opportunity for a turnkey, well established business in a high demand market. Confidential instruction, NDA will be required with a returned proof of funds before information is shared.