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So you want to set up and operate a Microbrewery? Well this blog post is intented to provide a summary of all the steps to setting up a successful Microbrewery operation, from starting to serving. You must be having some unanswered questions on how to go about setting up a Microbrewery and brewing industry. I shall try to address all of them one by one.
Its not too long when the first microbrewery was established in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. Since then people have responed/appreciated this idea of Microbrewery very well and in no time has become a great potential in an exciting new industry that has all kinds of possibilities for growth, profit, and fun.
Setting up a Microbrewery from scratch is a capital project that can be broken down into nine basic functions. You can also call it a Microbrewery development life cycle. Each function is very critical and must be managed properly, from very first step of conceptualization to the end step serving. At every step/function there are whole lot of questions which you need to get answers for. You may already know the answers to some of the questions but others you will have to research/ask from experts as per your situation. Though I shall try to answer most of them here.
I shall assist you in organising your already found answers and to identify some important questions which you might not have considered yet. Following is a list of nine major function/steps that you must systematically and professionally proceed to do. Sometimes the answers may be quick to find, or may involve a lot of time and money to ensure getting the best answers.
Well, in this post I am listing the nine functions/steps. In my next post I shall discuss them one by one.
Microbrewery development life cycle/ 9 functions of a microbrewery set up project
- Conceptual examination
- Market examination/Intelligence
- Feasibility study
- Project justification
- Financial analysis
- Project planning
- Operational management
Keep looking this space to get most relevant/practical questions and answers for each function/step.