Annual Revenue: $405,000
Minimum Equity Required: $250,000
Location: Nova Scotia
Listing ID: 1266
Listing Status: New
A unique opportunity to enter or expand in the Nova Scotia Craft Beer market awaits. Incredible ROI for a buyer who can increase sales to take this business to the next level.
The brewery is fully operational with new equipment investments made and knowledgeable and experienced long term staff. Multiple locations have been developed with no need for further investment.
Consistent year-over-year growth, located in a strong and growing tourism region, with a devoted year-round clientele. This is an opportunity to buy in to a fully established brewery, with NSLC contract, taproom, and other sales channels. All this business needs to turn a strong profit is your energy and your expertise in business, sales, or marketing. Increase your sales through existing channels and add new channels. Export market potential.
Save 6 months and the $500k you'd have to spend to build a brewery like this from scratch. Step into an established business, with staff, systems and sales. Current owner is willing to support the transition, so you can focus immediately on growth opportunities.
By completing the NDA and becoming a qualified buyer, we'll be happy to send you a full Offering Memorandum that will answer most all of your questions.
2020: $310,000 (42% growth)
2021: $405,000(31% growth)
The brewery currently has the capacity to increase production up to $1 million in annual sales. The business has not turned a profit in past years, but when you reach $1 million in sales, Seller's Discretionary Earnings would be approximately $340k. Projections and historic results will be shared with qualified buyers who sign the NDA below.
** Seller's Discretionary Earnings (“SDE”) is a calculation of the total financial benefit that a single full time owner-operator would derive from a business on an annual basis. SDE is the pretax and pre-interest profits, before non-cash expenses, owner's benefits, one time investments, and any non-related income or expenses. SDE may require that expenses be adjusted if a new owner (Purchaser) will necessarily need to take on a new expense. SDE is also referred to as Adjusted Cash Flow, Total Owner's Benefit, Seller's Discretionary Cash Flow, or Recast Earnings.
** Our expectations are for a minimum 40% down payment on the final negotiated purchase price. Feel free to run some of your own calculations here:
Real estate can be leased, and there is also potential to purchase it with the business.