SELL SUPERIOR CRAFT BEER
FOR A FRACTION OF THE COMPETITOR’S INVESTMENT
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Here we go — the numbers
We’ll make it quick
It’s worth mentioning that the initial financial investment for a Voodoo Brewing Co. pub franchise is one-quarter of the cost of competitor breweries (and, not to brag, but we don’t see their brews getting recognized by top beer connoisseurs worldwide). Bottom line: you can own a pub franchise that has world-renowned Voodoo Brewing Co. craft beer on tap for 75% less than a competing brewery franchise.
Will it Cost?
Initial Financial Investment
3 pk: $150,000
5 pk: $200,000
Required Net Worth
Required Liquid Capital
Why Voodoo is a Better (and Easier) Financial Investment:
Almost everything you need for your Voodoo brewpub franchise location is included in the initial financial investment.
We look for existing connections — gas, plumbing, beer and tap lines, etc. to keep costs as low as possible.
No deep fryers and no big, expensive restaurant or brewery equipment needed.
Lower financial requirements than the competition — some brewery franchises require at least $1 million in net worth per location!
Make It Your Own
All restaurant/bar franchise concepts look the same; lower investment means brewpub Franchise Owners can invest more money in making their Voodoo truly unique.
Voodoo brewpub franchise is the ideal opportunity for those who are serious about serving great food and great craft beer.
We brew it. You sell it.
JUST DON’T COMPARE.
Take our free 1-minute quiz to learn all the other advantages of joining a Voodoo franchise.
Less equipment, less cost
(And way less hassle).
Starting a restaurant or a brewery always sounds like a fun idea until you realize everything that goes into it.
Average Microbrewery Financial Investment
Standard Brewery Equipment:
Kegs, Kettles, Boilers, Bottle or Canning Lines, Labeling Machines, Fermentation Tanks, Storage Tanks, Malt mills, Mash tuns, Filtration Systems, Brite Tanks, Pumps and Valves, Cellar equipment
Average Restaurant Financial Investment:
Full-Service Restaurant Equipment:
Commercial ovens, Large Grill, Gas/Electric Range, Large Ventilation Systems, Food Processors, Floor Mixers, Slicers, Prep Counter, Blast Freezers, Refrigeration Systems, Cooking Equipment (pots, pans, etc.), Deep Fryers, Steam Tables
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$1,250,000RAINMAKER 401(K) PLAN
|TIME TO FUND||10 - 20 business days||30 - 60 business days||10 business days|
|TERM||none||7 - 10 years||Revolving|
|INTEREST RATES||none||Prime + 2.75%||Variable|
|MONTHLY PAYMENTS||$0||Principal + Interest||Interest Only|
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This tool is intended to be used for educational purposes. Results should not be deemed definitive or regarded as a promise or final determination of funding. It is an estimate based on the information provided to us, and therefore must be validated for accuracy. Some factors which could impact this amount include: liquid assets available after closing, outside or secondary source of income, applicable or transferable management skills and the ability to satisfy SBA collateral requirements.