Tax Tip Tuesday E.3

This weeks tax tip is a continuation from last week. If you missed it, you can read it here. So we need a better strategy, one that provides the cash to pay taxes, avoids spending, and allows us to stockpile…

Read More

Tax Tip Tuesday E.2

Most tax planning advice given to small business owners is based on spending money. “Buy new equipment before year-end.” “Prepay next year’s insurance policy.” “Buy the heavy duty truck for your new ‘business vehicle’ so we can write it all…

Read More

Tax Tip Tuesday

As you may know, I prefer to be writing and talking about brewery growth strategies. What you may or may not know that I have spent 15 years as a tax CPA. Not bragging; but bragging…..We know a lot about Federal…

Read More

Suds and Spent Grains

Welcome to the quarterly edition of Savory Suds and Spent Grains from Small Batch Standard. I thought this would be a fun way to highlight some “Wins” and expose some stink of the craft brewing industry. Savory Suds go to…

Read More

Markup v. Margin

I recently wrote a post about Gross Profit vs Gross Margin, it was nice.  Piggybacking off that topic I want to explain the differences between Markup vs Margin.  More specifically, what it looks like at different points in the supply…

Read More

Can we call a duck a duck?

Recently, we have seen the M&A space for craft breweries in what I call a low boil. Meaning, it's still hot, but people are talking less and less about it. Typical deals have been less risky than we have seen…

Read More
  • 1
  • 2