Choosing our glassware was a reasonably simple process so we will keep this post the same way. For us it was part style, part form, and part function. Not every beer is the same so we chose the glasses that will best showcase our beers. We have a taster, a Belgian, a tulip, and a Nonic pint glass.
When you are looking for a supplier of any sort, a great place to start is the Brewer’s Association website. In the upper right-hand corner you will find a drop-down menu that will allow you to search for things like suppliers, distributors, and retailers. It’s an invaluable service and best of all it is free to everyone.
Wholesale prices are a beautiful thing. Setting up accounts with different suppliers usually takes one or two phone calls or emails and filling out a customer application. It will take a little more time and a little more paperwork if you are setting up an account on credit. Cash accounts are typically approved within a couple of days. Most suppliers will require that you send them a copy of your seller’s permit and there are some suppliers that will require that your licensing process with the TTB is complete before they will sell you any goods.
We are still working on getting current with the progress of the brewery here on our blog. We made some great progress with construction of the brewery over the weekend and things are only going to escalate from here out. Make sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram and Twitter for updates on the brewery.