This question comes up a lot: How do I create a financial feasibility plan for my brewery? In other words, how do you know if the brewery will make enough money to be financially successful? Enough to pay the bills, cover the loan payments and provide good wages for owners and employees. In this post, we’ll cover the four major parts of a financial feasibility plan and how to build them. This plan will arm you with the information needed to answer the financial questions for your brewery. Note: To help you create a financial plan for your brewery, I put together a full spreadsheet model and a 30 minute video with step-by-step instructions. Get this as a free bonus when you sign up as an annual subscriber (do that right here). The sources and uses plan is a listing of where capital will come from and where it will be spent. It’s one of the first things a bank will ask for and it’s a useful planning tool to make sure you have enough cash for your project. Sources are the funds needed for the brewery. This includes equity that you put in, shareholder loans and bank financing. Uses are how you will spend the funds. Brewing and packaging equipment, tanks and working capital go here. ...