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 Candace Moon, an attorney with years of experience helping start-up craft breweries, lead this seminar so you can better understand some of the most important checklist items on the legal side of your business well before you ever pour your first pint. Click here for the PDF of the presentation.
THE CRAFT BEER ATTORNEY, APC
INSTRUCTOR, SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY BUSINESS OF CRAFT BEER PROGRAM
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