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Mark Borenstein Writes “10 Things I know about … Pub brewery conversions” for the Worcester Business Journal

Massachusetts farmer breweries are often looking for new ways to increase their appeal to customers. One option is to convert their farmer brewery license to a pub brewery license to provide more alcoholic beverage options in their taprooms. Mark Borenstein, who recently completed one of the first farmer brewery to pub brewery conversions in the state, discusses what he knows about making the transition in his Worcester Business Journal article “10 Things I know about … Pub brewery conversions.” Here is an excerpt:

8) Self-distro. Pub breweries may only distribute through a wholesaler. Farmer breweries may self-distribute up to 50,000 gallons per year.

7) To-go sales limitations. Pub breweries’ to-go sales are limited to two gallons of beer per transaction. Farmer breweries have no limit.

Continue reading the full article “10 Things I know about … Pub brewery conversions” on the Worcester Business Journal website.

 

 

 

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Mark Borenstein, co-editor of the Commercial Real Estate Insight & News blog, is an experienced attorney with a demonstrated focus on real estate, corporate law, banking, and regulatory matters. Mark’s breadth of knowledge and experience in representing individuals, companies and nonprofit organizations in connection with the acquisition and sale of real estate, leasing and land use, development and permitting make him an asset to the Real Estate & Environmental Practice Area.

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