We’re continuing to see consolidation in the craft beer industry, especially among independent breweries. Some people are looking to sell, and some are looking to buy. And, right now, it may be cheaper to buy a brewery than to start or build one from scratch. But there are some real dangers to consider when you’re looking at a transaction. From financing to due diligence to closing the transaction – it’s not as simple as you might think. Don’t make a mistake that can tank the business. Attorney John Szymankiewicz specializes in craft brewery law, and he’ll walk through the overall process, from Letter of Intent to Closing, and highlight the risks you should consider or mitigate on both the buyer and seller side of selling a brewery.
MANAGING PARTNER, BEER LAW CENTER
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