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I'm looking to understand the costs of barrel aging a product so I can project a financial model for a small to medium-sized spirits brand: How many barrels of aged spirit would make the project commercially viable? 10, 20 40 barrels? What is the cost of wharehousing for four years? Cost of wharehousing maintenance? What are other costs associated with aging spirits?
Hi guys any ideas who could supply me with ex-bourbon 53 gallon barrels? What would the difference in cost be between new barrels and used barrels. If you have experience in this area, an average cost would be good- I realise it depends on several factors. Thanks in advance.
First off, this is my first post and I want to thank everyone for the insight I've learned by casually reading for months. This really is a helpful community. My question is whether I need to plan on a 40-45% retail markup when I sell directly to bars? I’m in a non-control state and we’re HOPEFULLY getting rid of our three-tier system before I open. On the same note, does the 40-45% contain the distributer mark-up or if I’m selling this directly out of my car can I safely lower that percentage? Also, for those of you established 2-3 years, what percentage of your customers comes to you to pick-up their product? I’m a pessimist by nature so I doubt it happens, but eventually there has to be good news right?! Thanks again for all of your help! Andrew