Brewery loans to boost your business
Flexible financing to make your brewery or distillery the toast of the town
Whether you’re taking the first step to expand from home brewing, or your craft beverage business is already a local favorite, Pursuit can help fund your goals with a brewery loan.
With the right plan and the right funding, the possibilities are endless. Learn how you can use your Pursuit business loan to buy or renovate a property to create your craft beverages, construct a tasting room, hire and train industry-leading brewers and distillers, hire sales and distributing professionals and marketers who will land you ahead of your competition, and more.
Brewery loans and distillery loans through Pursuit
Start an application online or by phone, and access one-on-one support to find the program that best fits your financing needs.
When you work with Pursuit, your craft beverage business will benefit from:
- A wide variety of loan products to serve breweries and distilleries at any stage, including brewery start up loans
- Convenient funding – some loans can be funded in as little as 5 business days
- Business loans starting at $10,000 to $5.5 million and beyond
- A dedicated team to guide you through each step of the loan process
Ready to get started? Before you begin the application process for your brewery loan, these tips will help get you on the path to securing financing for your brewery or distillery business.
Start by asking yourself the following questions:
- How will you use your brewery loan?
- What do you need to purchase or upgrade to produce your craft beverages?
- Who do you need on your team?
- How will you reach your target clients?
Answering these questions ahead of time will help determine how you’ll use your loan, and how much you’ll need to borrow. Examples of loan uses may include:
- Purchasing, building or renovating a physical property
- Buying brewing, distilling, bottling and labeling equipment, as well as equipment and technology to track, ship or store your products
- Adding furnishings, fixtures and lighting to your tasting room or office space
- Hiring and training your team
- Building and marketing your brand
Next, it’s helpful, but not required, to come prepared with a business plan. A good business plan will outline how your business addresses needs in the brewing and distilling industries, information about your target market, your competitive advantages and your financials, whether actual or projected (for startups).
Examples of how brewery and distillery businesses have grown with Pursuit
Discover what’s possible for your brewery or distillery with Pursuit. See how we’ve helped other businesses like yours move upward and onward toward new opportunities.