Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Pushback on brewers' tasting rooms may hurt craft movement

Grumblings are growing louder and legislation that limits direct beer sales out of tasting rooms is getting passed.[around the country] ...

Though breweries work in partnership with their distributors and retailers, they also compete against them when they construct tasting rooms and pubs that might draw hundreds of customers every day of the week.
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1 comment:

  1. The end result is usually a spin on price fixing. The taprooms end up charging the same, or more, than retailers for their own beer. Happens all over Boston. Tap prices are typically still a bit lower at the taproom, but not as low as they could be.