One of the biggest blind spots and areas of concern for new breweries starting up is getting a grasp on all the legal paperwork required for both a small business and especially a small business producing and selling alcohol. Federal, state, and local permits and licenses need to be completed as well as a host of other legal considerations as you get ready to open your doors. We’re lucky to have Matthew McLaughlin, an attorney with years of experience helping start-up craft breweries, lead this seminar so you can have a better overview on the legal side of your business well before you ever pour your first pint.
FOUNDER, McLAUGHLIN, PC
CEO, FERTILE GROUND BEER CO.
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