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Distillery, Winery & Brewery Alternating Proprietorships & Contract Facilites

WHAT IS AN ALTERNATING PROPRIETORSHIP?

An “alternating proprietorship” is a term used to describe an arrangement in which two or more people take turns using the physical premises of a brewery.

Generally, the proprietor of an existing brewery, the “host brewery,” agrees to rent space and equipment to a new “tenant brewer.” Alternating brewery proprietorships allow existing breweries to use excess capacity and give new entrants to the beer business an opportunity to begin on a small scale, without investing in premises and equipment.

http://www.ttb.gov/beer/alternating_prop.shtml

Companies that are eligible for our Alternating Proprietorship Insurance program:

  • Brewery Alternating Proprietorship
  • Winery Alternating Proprietorship
  • Distillery Alternating Proprietorship
  • Michigan Brewers Guild Members
  • Host Brewers
  • Tenant Brewers
  • Contract Brewers

- See more at our Brewery, Winery and Distillery Page

 

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