More breweries than ever before are turning to community capital- rather than institutional capital alone- to fund their craft beer ventures. Through Mainvest, both established and aspiring brewers can secure a round of funding from community supporters and fans. Using Revenue Sharing Notes, breweries can raise funds from both accredited and non-accredited investors and repay with a percentage of revenue rather than a set interest rate.
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One of the questions on the mind of many beer enthusiasts is how to turn a craft beer hobby into a craft beer day job. Many people would like to trade in their daily job in order to follow the storyline of craft brewers who cast aside their 9-5s in exchange for mash paddles and then never had to look back.
Whether visiting for the NFL’s biggest game in February 2021 or simply a long weekend, Tampa Bay is home to some of the most highly-regarded breweries in the craft beer world.
The news sent some waves of relief from breweries who have been gut-punched by the State of Florida’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
With the announcement that Hunahpu’s Day 2020 is canceled for the first time in the event’s eleven-year history, many beer enthusiasts are wondering how to support their Tampa Bay craft beer community. While other events are still taking place, it seems like more cancellations will occur in the coming days and weeks. Some cities have even suspended large gatherings of people as a precaution against spreading COVID-19
Florida’s oldest brewpub can be found up in the Panhandle in the Central Time Zone and the city of Pensacola. McGuire’s Irish Pub has grown to two locations (with a much larger second location in neighboring Destin), and both serve the original Irish Red Ale that has been praised by both Fred Eckhardt and Michael Jackson.