Financing a Brewery and Beer Manufacturing Plant

Financing a Brewery and Beer Manufacturing Plant

Financing a Brewery and Beer Manufacturing Plant

Published Jul 16, 2022 


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Beer is the world’s oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drink; it is the third most popular drink overall, after water and tea. The production of beer is called brewing, which involves the fermentation of sugars, mainly derived from cereal grain starches — most commonly from malted barley, although wheat, maize (corn), and rice are widely used.

When it’s time to grow your brewing business, deciding on a general contractor and project management team is an early and critical decision. You have space considerations, sub-contractors to think about, and above all you’re wondering how much it will cost and where you can save money. We have the expert answers to those questions and thousands more that will arise.

If you are thinking of implementing or financing a modernized brewery and beer manufacturing plant with an open piece of land or re-working on an existing structure, Havelet Finance Limited is available to finance and manage your new brewery project from start to finish.

Construction of a New Beer and Brewery Manufacturing Plants: What to Consider.

Four steps to a complete a beer and brewery plants — our comprehensive package for your profitable investment:

2. Feasibility Study

Within the scope of your specified requirements: beer types, recipes, volumes, engineering, product design are required to pilot plant, marketing consultation services.

2. Financial planning

Havelet Finance Limited will assists you in the organization of a solid financing and audits the costs at each stage. The plan is always a speedy return on investment.

3. Engineering and design

Exact planning of the production plant down to the last detail. Each vessel, each door and each transport route can be viewed in 3D imaging by means of CAD. P&I diagrams describe the techniques and technology used. Foreseeable market developments and expansion phases are also taken into account.

4. Implementation

Implementation within the budget and time frame. With all technical and technological innovations including automation. Achievement of all guaranteed values. Havelet Finance Limited is ready to assist you with 80% funding to pilot the plant. Start-up and hand-over of the plant.

Equipment for all areas of a brewery and Beer Manufacturing Plant

Brew house Plant: Every beer is different. For this reason, brew house must be planned individually and designed for maximum efficiency — short brewing sequences, best possible yield, maximum flexibility, increased sustainability- tailored to the special needs and requirements of our customers. Always with one goal in mind: to build the best turnkey brewery plant possible to produce top quality beer. Find out more about our brewhouse solutions.

Cellar Plant: The cellar plant of a brewery is a primary factor that determines the character and quality of the finished beer. With our proven and continuously further developed fermentation and storage tanks and process technology, Havelet Finance Limited offers tailor-made financing solutions that not only take economic aspects and functional performance capabilities into account but also maximum hygienic and biological standards.

Production Block: The entire production block of a brewery from one source. From efficient brew house technology to well-designed cellar plant equipment and energy-conscious utility planning.

Havelet Finance Limited provides individual and tailor-made financing solutions for the Brewery and beer, beverage and liquid industries from a single source. The services are offered worldwide, with the highest quality and the reliability of a global group of experts.

Methods of Financing a Brewery and beer business

Financing in the brewery and beer business space can be challenging. Luckily, there are a number of options, including some new alternative options that lower the barrier to entry.

Lease your equipment

Many equipment companies offer financing options, which can be a straightforward way to get the equipment you need and space out payments. There are entire lenders dedicated to equipment financing, and if you qualify, you’re able to pay clear monthly payments to have your equipment. Bear in mind that since you’re leasing this equipment, you don’t actually own it, and there may be an end date to your lease when you’ll have to re-apply for financing. However, by leasing your equipment, you’re not tied to it, so as technology improves, so can your equipment.

Get a loan

Financial institutions offer a variety of loans that can get your small business up and running. Small businesses typically rely heavily on external debt sources (like bank financing) during the first year. A business loan can be helpful because you can work with reputable lenders and access a large sum of money upfront with minimal effort. However, depending on your financial situation, it can be extremely difficult to qualify for a small business loan.

Financial institutions most commonly offer the following products for small businesses: Commercial Loans, Credit Cards, Credit Lines, Personal Loans.

Bank Loans: When approaching a bank for a loan, here are a few tips:

Financial projections are the best estimate of how much money your business will make and spend over the next three to five years. A good set of projections can show lenders that you have done your homework and that you will manage their investment wisely.

Consider multiple lenders: Different lenders may offer different perks, products, and rates. It’s very important to have a good relationship with whichever bank you go with, because if you ever need to go back for an additional line of credit, look to open additional accounts, or have issues, it’s much easier to resolve obstacles when you trust and work well with your bank.

Obtain working capital through flexible fundraising: Donation-based crowdfunding refers to the ability for a business, cause, or organization to raise money through donations from multiple individuals. In exchange for a donation, most for-profit businesses will offer a perk such as free beer, swag, or mug club memberships. The pro of using donation crowdfunding is that the money is free from donors, requires no collateral and no payback. The cons of using crowdfunding are first, that it can be easy to overextend on rewards, and people are beginning to question the decision of donating to for-profit businesses.


Our approval process can take as little as 24 hours, and that process takes into account your brewery’s goals and plans along with your needs and financial picture. Our funding measures are as a creative as craft beer itself, and our scrappy and savvy efforts have helped kick start some of the nation’s greatest craft beer trailblazers.

Contact us today for financing a modernized brewery and beer manufacturing plants.




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