Thursday, January 04, 2007

NINE G Brewing Company in South Bend, Indiana is available for immediate sale.


This was received via e-mail. I've omitted the detailed equipment log; it's a 15-barrel system. Anyone want to join with me in buying this brewery, moving it to New Albany, and enabling NABC to take over the whole world?

Just dreaming.

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NINE G Brewing Company in South Bend, Indiana is available for immediate sale.

Almost $600,000 has been invested in NINE G Brewing Company. This investment does not include brand development, customer base value or sweat equity. The owners currently owe approximately $345,000.

No reasonable offer will be refused.

Offers will be accepted through the 19th of January, 2007. This does not preclude a contract prior to the 19th.

The purchase of NINE G Brewing Company will include all equipment and leasehold improvements. All 4 brands of NINE G beer, all logos and branding, all sales and promotional materials and all text and graphics will also be included in the sale.

2 comments:

antzman said...

My brother-in-law is actually an F-16 pilot with the current owner's of Nine-G. They make a pretty good IPA called Infidel, that weighs in at a hefty 9% or so abv. They also have a decent amber that I got to try over the Christmas holidays. While they are not distributed down in this part of the state, it would be a shame to see any brewery from the state with their quality go out of business.

David said...

Does anyone know where the equipment is now?