Multi-Location Brewery Financial Projection Template in Excel

Use ProjectionHub's multi unit Brewery financial projections template to get trustworthy and accurate data. Perfect for your investor pitch deck or financing application. Buy your multi unit brewery template today!

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Our CPA developed template enables you to create professional projections based on your unique assumptions.

Create investor- and lender-ready projections in hours, not days.

Our CPA developed template enables you to create professional projections based on your unique assumptions.

Create investor- and lender-ready projections in hours, not days.

Built for multi-location multi-location breweries specifically  — our ProjectionHub software has been used by over 40,000 businesses to develop financial projections. Based on this experience we decided to create a customized Excel template that makes creating SBA and investor-ready financial projections for breweries incredibly simple.

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Step 1: Purchase and download the template

After purchase, you will download an unlocked Excel file with a ready-to-usefinancial projection template for your business model

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Step 2: Enter your assumptions on the input tabs

The Revenue Model

  • The revenue model will help you predict three types of revenue: taproom beer sales, wholesale beer sales, and food and other beverages sales in the taproom.
  • ​The model covers five years and incorporates growth rates for many variables including capacity of taproom filled per month and expected spend per customer in the taproom, and number of wholesale customers and their expected purchase quantities.
  • The revenue model also helps you calculate direct labor expense.

The Operating Expense Model

  • You will be guided to enter your other expenses in the operating expense model, which includes some suggested line items and amounts to help you get started.
  • This model will populate the expenses and cash flows on the financial statements for you. You can enter your monthly expenses as either fixed amounts or you can set them as a percentage of revenue for variable items like payment processing fees.
  • ​The first three months of the model are broken out separately so that you can enter start-up expenses.

The General Assumptions Model

  • The general assumptions model will guide you to enter balance sheet items such as fixed assets, loans, investments, inventory assumptions, and accounts receivable assumptions.
  • The model will have you input some basic data and then it will calculate the difficult things for you: loan amortization, interest expense, depreciation expense, inventory purchases, etc.

The Salaries And Distributions Model

  • The salaries and distributions model helps calculate monthly expenses for salaried employees, including items like employer taxes and benefits.
  • This model also helps you plan for distributions (dividends, owner draws) made to owners.

Step 3: The model is automatically updated based on your assumptions

At-A-Glance Tab

The At-A-Glace tab shows you a financial snapshot in the form of graphs, charts, ratios, and financial summaries, all ready to be copied into a pitch deck.

Financial Statement Tabs

There are six Financial Statement tabs: the annual formats of the income statement, cash flow statement, and balance sheet, and the month-by-month breakdowns of the same financial statements. Our balance sheets always balance, automatically.

Investor Dashboard Tab

If you plan to raise capital or apply for a small business loan, this template is optimized to be easy to review by possible funders. The financial statements generated go out to 5 years and make it easy to see changes year over year.

Tables, charts, graphs and dashboards include:

Tables, charts, graphs and dashboards include:

  • Profit and loss at a glance table
  • Use of start-up funds graph
  • Key ratios table
  • ​​Cash generated from operating activities graph
  • ​5 years of monthly and annual income statement, cash flow and balance sheet reports
  • Profit and loss at a glance table

  • Use of start-up funds graph

  • Key ratios table

  • ​Cash generated from operating activities graph

  • Investor dashboard

  • 5 years of monthly and annual income statement, cash flow and balance sheet reports

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The ProjectionHub Team

Grace Cisna, CPA

Before joining ProjectionHub, Grace served as an auditor for a public accounting firm in Indianapolis. There, she audited start-up tech companies, major regional hospitals, public manufacturers and everything in between.

As an auditor, she gained insinullght to the inner workings of all kinds of business models. Grace is a CPA, has a bachelor’s degrees in Accounting and French and a Master’s of Accountancy all from the University of Iowa, where she also taught introductory accounting classes to undergraduates.

Grace loves to use her accounting expertise to serve as an advisor to her clients, helping them understand what it takes to make a business succeed.

Adam Hoeksema — Co-founder ProjectionHub

Adam is the co-founder of ProjectionHub which is a SaaS web application that helps entrepreneurs create financial projections for their business.

Since 2012, over 40,000 entrepreneurs from around the world have used ProjectionHub to help create financial projections.

Adam also serves as the Executive Director of Bankable. Bankable is a Small Business Administration (SBA) lender that makes loans from $500 to $250,000 to Indiana small businesses that are unable to secure financing from a traditional bank.

Adam has managed the loan program since loan #1 in 2010. Since 2010, Bankable has closed over 1,200 loans totaling over $38,000,000. Adam is an entrepreneur at heart and loves working with entrepreneurs to launch and grow their business.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is a microbrewery business profitable?

Yes. The brewery industry has increased in size tremendously in the past decade. Research shows average craft beverage shops can expect 14.7% profit margin. Your specific operating income depends on many factors that our brewery financial projection template can help you organize and visualize your projected profitability. 

How much money does it take to start a brewery?

According to 2ndkitchen research, significant capital is required to start a brewery business. Typically the initial investment can range from $500,000 to $1,000,000. However this can vary greatly depending on your business plan, your production facility size and your choice of location. Our projection template can give your investors more confidence as you start this process.

Are Taprooms profitable?

Yes, typically a taproom is the most profitable sales channel for a brewery because you are cutting out the various middlemen involved in distribution. Taprooms are unique in the brewery industry in that they directly serve the consumers instead of going through retailers or distributors. Our projection template can give you a better understanding and estimate of your specific brewery model.

How much does a brewery owner make?

According to justbeerapp, the average owners make around $51,000 a year. However, as your business becomes larger in scale, your yearly income can increase.  To get an understanding of your upside and potential downside, we recommend going through a financial modeling exercise in order to understand how the finances of a brewery business work. 

How hard is it to start a brewery?

Some of the challenges that breweries face, in addition to finding investors and fighting competitors, include the complex navigation of different state and federal laws regarding alcohol. As with any business, starting a brewery would entail long hours and hard work for the owner, especially in the beginning. Our projection template can help you get started with this process and save you some money by providing a reliable projection tool to help you decide the direction of your business model. 

The cost of the template is estimated at $ 2000

If you hired a CPA to build this template from scratch it would take at least 20 hours of billable time to build a similar template. At an average hourly rate of $100 per hour it would cost you $2,000.

20 hours X $100 = $2,000 value

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