The price of your beer recipe ingredients including malt, hops, and yeast is on the rise. So is the cost of your beer cans, bottles, kegs, labels, CO2, and more. So how do you maintain your profit margins on the beer you sell without raising your beer prices? And faced with raising your prices, how do you avoid sticker shock with your customer base? This is a very real problem every brewery business is facing right now so we’ve pulled together a panel of fellow breweries to see their strategies on how they are handling the need to raise their beer prices. The panel is moderated by brewery finance guru Audra Gaiziunas.
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