How Is Craft Beer Equipment the Economy
The success of craft beer equipment is easily accepted given the information above. However, how is the industry benefiting the economy? Several key areas can be defined here over a wide variety of different industries. Let's take a look:
Nano breweries are tiny, though they have a very large impact. Even a simple home brewery that does not supply beer to any bars or restaurants has an impact on the local economy.
For instance, home brewers and nano breweries help keep brewing supply stores alive and thriving. They also benefit the national and global economies through purchases made via online supply stores and specialty providers.
This impact has been so great that quite a few new supply stores have opened during a time when many businesses are closing their doors. Their success is not short-lived, either. Nano breweries with an eco-conscious bent or those focused on using locally sourced products also benefit local farmers and producers of everything from wheat to oak barrels and everything in between.
The End of the Line - The final product for many microbreweries ends up at a consumer's home chilling in their refrigerator.
Of course, quite a few end up in bars and restaurants, brewhouses and brewpubs across the country. The surging interest in craft beer equipment has made it possible for more and more venues and establishments to spring into existence or for existing ones to add on to their offerings and hire more workers. It's a win-win situation and it looks as though it will continue indefinitely.