Thanks again, all who contributed to my earlier thread regarding temp service brewers. I'm convinced that a more traditional consulting approach would make more sense.
So my new question is: What are consultants asking for and getting, fee-wise?
Right now, I'm working up a proposal to put in a fairly substantial system in a very successful local eatery/nightspot. I'm also going to pitch myself for the brewmaster position, and while I have an excellent idea of appropriate salary ranges for that job, I have no idea how much I should charge for the design/construction aspects of the project.
Any imput would be greatly appreciated. If you don't feel comfortable discussing it here in the forum, please feel free to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last edited by tarmadilo; 11-07-2003 at 05:45 AM.
Graphic artists get $50-$200 per hour...think about that.
(I charge about $85 for brewery work++)
That's the kind of info I need!
In a temporary position, I'll brew for anyone for $200-$400 per brew, depending on if they want me to see it through filtration to tap or not.
That's right around the same kind of money I came up with as a reasonable fee. In fact, the place I'm presently pitching myself to is a seasonal place, and my proposal is a per-batch thing rather than a straight salary. Nice to see that my proposed fees aren't too far out of line!