Think before you post, tag, tweet, or instagram.
Florida beverage manufacturers want to maintain good relationships with the bars, tasting rooms, and restaurants that sell their products. As a manufacturer, it’s natural to want to support the vendors that support you. But when it comes to promoting vendors on social media, Florida beverage manufacturers must use caution.
Florida breweries’ monthly taxpaid sales were up 5.29% in July 2015.
More and more property owners want to include breweries in their commercial spaces. As one example, here’s a listing for a commercial development in Eustis looking for a brewery tenant. Property owners recognize that brewery/taprooms bring in people.
From the Panhandle to South Florida, new Florida breweries debuted in May 2015.
There are only so many hoppy, reserve, barrel-aged names to go around. This means that more and more otherwise happy, brotherly-loving brewers, vintners and distillers are taking aim at each other over company names and product names that may or may not be infringing on one another.
Before deciding your next beer MUST be named Brewers’Law Lager, or whatever, ask these 5 questions.
- Three new breweries are included in this edition of The Florida Brewery Report: Concrete Beach Brewery in Miami, Goat Lips Deli & Dinner House in Pensacola, and House of Brewz Taps & Tapas in Ft. Myers.
- In April 2015, the total number of breweries licensed within the past 12 months stands at 151. Of those, 126 breweries reported taxpaid sales in April.
- Month-to-month taxpaid sales was down 5.82% in A;pril 2015. Total taxpaid sales during the rolling last-twelve-months (LTM) increased by 2.99%.
- In April 2015, Florida breweries’ taxpaid sales accounted for 0.35% of all beer sales in Florida (3.5 out of 1,000 beers sold).