« on: May 15, 2013, 08:48:27 am »
4 extract w/grains batches and then all-grain.
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I think for an experienced brewer 35k - 40k would be ok to start. Hope to make that much myself eventually.
I'd look to getting some form of partnership and a contract, too.
Many small businesses fail after a short time. I'd want to see their financial info, to make sure you won't be unemployed in 6 months. I can help you make sense of it if it's all Greek to you.
Some more basic questions . . .
Who decides what kinds of beers should be one tap?
Who decides on the recipes?
Who decides what is an appropriate amount of money to spend on a batch of beer?
Do you get a budget to spend as you see fit, or does everything have to run through someone else?
If you have to supply other places, what kind of cooperage will you have?
What are the explicit details of the system they will have, from brewing through packaging and serving?
What is the expected volume of beer to be served per week/month? How many batches is that?
How many hours are they expecting you to work for the stated compensation? Do you get overtime?
I could think of a lot more questions.
I had the same no apparent leak....however, I think that my leak was when the gas was attached to the post.....it let gas in to a certain extent and then it slowly escaped. I was able to carbonate it, so I think my issue was when I unhooked and rehooked it up at some later time.
small/slow gas leak on keg's seal or gas in post? That would explain having pressure in keg (in testes), but not carbonating. I have had an agrivating slow leak on a keg posts before, where I can't find it but the keg is always losing pressure over a day or so.
Hmmm, grasping at air, but have you made sure the valve on the manifold is on?