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Old 01-19-2008, 03:44 PM   #1
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Default South Carolina pizzeria looking to add brewery!

I've owned a pizzeria now for two years. I am going to be moving into a larger building and i would love to add a brewery. I'm seeking a partner or investor or brewer who would like to help me achieve this dream! Email me if your interested or would like to talk about the possibilities. thebrewer27@yahoo.com .

Thanks, for your time and happy drinking:


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Old 01-19-2008, 10:21 PM   #2
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It would help to know what city/state you're in.

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Old 01-19-2008, 10:33 PM   #3
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Well South Carolina Durrr..(no offense, it is in the title) but a city would be nice. Also how is the pizza? If it isn't doing that great the beer side won't have a chance. What is your style and philosophy?

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How about a short synopsis of your pizzeria?

What's the atmosphere like?

How's the pizza?

How experienced a brewer are you? Or, are you looking for someone to help you with that end of things?

More info, please!

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Old 01-20-2008, 02:17 AM   #5
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Default South Carolina pizzeria

I'm located in Loris, SC about 30 miles from Myrtle Beach. We will be on Highway 701, the main road in town. we are averaging about $2200 a week in a small plaza, not on the main drag, As for my pizza it is by far the best in town, but would you expect me to say otherwise. We have a very small place 1000 sq ft seats about 24. The bldg we a looking at is 5400 sq ft on 4+ acres with 3 out bldg for outside events! There is no other pizzeria in the area that sells beer or wine. We will also be adding live music on Saturdays. I feature over 25 topping for my pizza. I make my own sauce and dough, which i put dme into for a flavor boast! I've been a homebrewer for about 5 years. I enjoy making pale ales, irish red ale, cream ale, mild ale, old ale and currently am working on a porter. If you have anymore question please let me know.
Check out our web page at: www.iwantmikespizza.com.

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Old 01-20-2008, 09:46 PM   #6
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Too bad your not in Texas near Austin because I have a little capital that I'm looking to invest in just such a business. Good luck on the move, deconstruction, construction and addition of the brewing equipment.

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I am trying right now to open a brewpub out of an established restaurant. Hope everything goes good for you. Runhard, I am close enough, lol. I am waiting on my house in Lubbock to sell and then I will have the capital, but talking is going well right now. I just don't know how committed they will be in a year from now, people around where I live now are so indecisive.

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Best of luck on your venture. Getting a brewery licensed can be a major pain. There's one local that is up & running, selling beer to bars, BUT can't sell its own beer on premises. They are hung up getting the third of the three licenses they need to do so,

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Oklahoma, amazingly opened it up for brewers. This state is anti-alcohol to the max, but they offer a manufacturers permit that allows you to make above 3.2%ABW/sell it on location/and be your own distributor. The only catch is that you have to sell the beer at the same price. So..... it only makes since to sell it by the pint or keg out of a brewpub and allow other restaurants to buy it if they want, but at a higher than wholesale price. Still kinda sucks I think, but at least they allow it now. Before you had to be a micro to make above 3.2% and you could only sale through a distributor (which in Oklahoma means hot storage). If you were a 3.2% brewer you could only sell on location and no one could take home a growler. I guess the state didn't want to have more paperwork so they combined the license when they decided to allow good beer for sale.

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I'm located in Loris, SC about 30 miles from Myrtle Beach. We will be on Highway 701, the main road in town. we are averaging about $2200 a week in a small plaza, not on the main drag, As for my pizza it is by far the best in town, but would you expect me to say otherwise. We have a very small place 1000 sq ft seats about 24. The bldg we a looking at is 5400 sq ft on 4+ acres with 3 out bldg for outside events! There is no other pizzeria in the area that sells beer or wine. We will also be adding live music on Saturdays. I feature over 25 topping for my pizza. I make my own sauce and dough, which i put dme into for a flavor boast! I've been a homebrewer for about 5 years. I enjoy making pale ales, irish red ale, cream ale, mild ale, old ale and currently am working on a porter. If you have anymore question please let me know.
Check out our web page at: www.iwantmikespizza.com.

Thanks ,

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Sweet! This sounds like just the place I might want to take a ride to on the motorcycle! Google maps puts Loris only an hour away from me.
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