Attractive 5,500 square foot microbrewery, restaurant and wood aging barrel room serving up to 200 customers per day. Exciting location within walking distance of many large businesses and near one of Colorado’s most popular tourism-driven destinations. The microbrewery’s revenue runs in the $1.5M range. Asking price is $350,000 which includes a 12 barrel brewing system, all brewery canning & bottling lines and restaurant equipment, furniture and buildout.
Attractive 5,500 square foot brewpub in a fabulous location with wood aging barrel room. Large outdoor patio seating area heavily used spring through fall. The outsized parking lot provides ample space for customers. This brewpub’s traffic and site are long established, constant, and growing. Within walking distance to numerous other community service companies, large businesses and government offices. The brewpub also sits at the doorstep of one of Colorado’s most popular tourism-driven destinations. The business’s brand name and external beer sales segment are excluded but may be purchased for an additional $100,000.
Asking Price: $350,000
Included in the Asking Price: brewing and bottling systems, all brewery restaurant equipment, furniture and buildout and inventory. These assets are valued at $700,000 with roughly $250,000 added recently.
Typical Revenue: $1,500,000 – Cash Flow: $145,000
Competition: Colorado is home to the nation’s first microbrewery, over 300 breweries, the Brewers Association, and the Great American Beer Festival. On top of its rich brewing history, “The State of Craft Beer,” offers attributes crucial to a successful brewery operations: pure water, beer-friendly laws, a strong beer culture and a tourism-driven economy. Most pubs are not as well run and popular as this flourishing brew pub. Colorado ranks fourth in the country for number of breweries and pubs per capita. Colorado beer drinkers think and drink locally.
Growth and Expansion: This could be an ideal purchase for a brewer or restaurant owner with existing distribution connections. The cashflow of the business has approached $500K when the bottling segment was booming in 2014, and that manufacturing capacity is included in the sale. Adding a canning segment could also fuel significant growth to the business.
About the Sale
The Pub Owner plans to focus on the manufacturing and distribution segments of the craft beer industry without the brewpub restaurant component.
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