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    It's probably regional, but here in Denver the...

    It's probably regional, but here in Denver the shelves are full of beers like you describe. They're mostly really expensive and not very good. Sour beers are a niche in a niche. They're currently in...
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    It's not really an accountant's job to save you...

    It's not really an accountant's job to save you money. The goal of accounting is to present a complete and faithful representation of what actually happened.

    There's a lot of professional judgment...
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    Actually, COGS includes manufacturing overhead...

    Actually, COGS includes manufacturing overhead which includes depreciation, so if you calculated it properly you'd be able to compare apples to apples and determine which system will actually be...
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    It seems most of the "nanos" active on here are...

    It seems most of the "nanos" active on here are fever dreams. Anyone running a real, functioning nano probably doesn't have time to spend on internet forums.
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    I'm pretty curious to hear what happened. The...

    I'm pretty curious to hear what happened. The last post I remember hearing from him was bad feedback about smoky off-flavors. I wonder how he's doing.
  6. Yeah, if I were the OP, I'd go work for AB-Inbev...

    Yeah, if I were the OP, I'd go work for AB-Inbev in Leuven. Belgium is great.
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    I think that market is pretty saturated. In my...

    I think that market is pretty saturated. In my experience "experimental beers" are pretty bad so you might be able to carve a niche there with a lot of work.

    The big weird beers won't sell super...
  8. I honestly have no idea what you're talking about...

    I honestly have no idea what you're talking about when you say stuff like this:



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    The market won't find you. You need to find the market. That takes time and effort....
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    This is actually a fairly difficult question to...

    This is actually a fairly difficult question to answer. There are a couple ways to go about it. One way would be looking at what is called the sustainable growth rate. I think this might be helpful:...
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    It really depends on your unique situation. Rent...

    It really depends on your unique situation. Rent and to an extent labor are really variable across the country. Feasibility of having a tap room is highly variable, and somewhat correlated with rent...
  11. I understand what sunk costs are. My point was...

    I understand what sunk costs are. My point was they're still costs that need to be allocated to the goods you produce. If you redefine success to mean "I threw away a bunch of money upfront, but I'm...
  12. Why not contract brew if the nano was just for...

    Why not contract brew if the nano was just for marketing reasons?

    Crooked Stave here in Denver does a lot of weird/wild beers, and they started out contract brewing at Funkwerks and later at...
  13. Depreciation is an operating expense, so I'm not...

    Depreciation is an operating expense, so I'm not sure what you're talking about here. Depreciation is a means of cost allocation. "Depreciation is the accounting process of allocating the cost of...
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    I don't know if you saw it, but there was a...

    I don't know if you saw it, but there was a lengthy thread about that maybe a year or so ago. The short answer is owners in tip pools is super illegal and I wouldn't want to mess with the DOL.
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    It's not really clear where the OP is from. I'm...

    It's not really clear where the OP is from. I'm only aware of Carbondale CO and Carbondale IL, both of which are small towns. Small enough, and the OP has given enough identifiable info, I'd be...
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    Cool good luck

    Cool good luck
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    Here's my advice for running a business: always...

    Here's my advice for running a business: always follow best practice. It's not just "blindly following." Don't try to reinvent the wheel, don't get "creative" with your accounting or SOP. I've seen...
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    I wouldn't do that unless you're happy being...

    I wouldn't do that unless you're happy being immediately unemployed. If it were actually part of your salary, you'd have it. Obviously, you don't, so it wasn't part of the bargain when you were...
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    The easy answer: clean your floors and pay your...

    The easy answer: clean your floors and pay your taxes.
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    I absolutely agree for-profits shouldn't use...

    I absolutely agree for-profits shouldn't use volunteer labor. I took pride in paying my employees an honest wage, and paying my fair share of taxes. If you need help and can't afford to pay for it,...
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    I get what you're saying, and people want to be...

    I get what you're saying, and people want to be brewers because *dreams*, but it seems insane to me to want to give my time away to someone who doesn't care about me or even want my help. There are...
  22. I've talked to the Candi Syrup guys before, and...

    I've talked to the Candi Syrup guys before, and they gave off a definite used car salesman vibe. Just like gee whiz stuff like "We use gas chromatography!" and a lot of unsupported/unsupportable...
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    That's kind of a shitty joke to make. I assume...

    That's kind of a shitty joke to make. I assume Thirsty Monk's English is way better than your Czech. Or maybe it wasn't meant to sound as mean as it did.
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    That's generally true, per pint, if you just...

    That's generally true, per pint, if you just count direct material + direct labor + overhead. But unless you have excess production, you've also got the opportunity cost of not selling the beer for...
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    ^ This thing. You should be glad your management...

    ^ This thing. You should be glad your management treats the business like an actual business, not their personal kitty. At the end of the day, a brewery is a factory. Lots of people make cool stuff...
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