« on: March 03, 2015, 07:22:50 AM »
I started down this path a couple of different times. I would do as most suggest and start to brew and learn as much as possible. If you really think you are serious then start getting a business plan together which will make you start to consider everything you may not have thought of. As someone noted, it isn't lucrative to start a brewery with smaller than a 3 barrel system. Also, you may consider getting a brewing education.
I am not a very business minded person. I basically got to the point where I realized that I would rather brew on a small scale for myself as a hobby. Just after getting to the first couple of steps, I realized that me and my potential partners weren't really on the same page. I was more scared than excited.
Now if I had someone financially backing me, that would be a different story...