WE HAVE THE CAPACITY
More people than ever are making beer—the number of U.S. breweries has surged 257 percent since 2013. That said, it’s too expensive or too risky for many smaller breweries to expand their operations. A considerable amount of equipment and expertise is needed to properly scale a brew operation; and the costs are high. Beltway Brewing Company is a full-scale brewery with the equipment, knowledge, and capacity to help smaller operations reach the next level. When you partner with Beltway Brewing Company, you’re tapping into a brain trust that can improve your product and business. From recipe tweaks to labeling assistance to business development, our team has the know-how to scale the growth of your brand—whether through distribution or the comfort of our taproom.
Brewing contracted and private label ales and lagers
Cask & Barrel Aging
Space and equipment for cask and barrel aging
Including development and recipe consultation
Quality Control Lab
Fully equipped for assured quality control of yeast, wort, and beer
State of the art brewing facility with computerized control system
Including kegging, bottling, and canning
Does Beltway brew their own beers?
Can anyone brew beer at Beltway?
No. You need to have either a TTB Brewer’s Notice or TTB Wholesaler’s License to brew with us. You will also need to have any required state licensure as well.
What is the minimum amount of beer I can brew with Beltway?
Our minimum is 30 BBLs (barrels). 30bbls is equal to 60 kegs of beer, approximately 390 cases of 12oz bottles or cans, or approximately 300 cases of 16oz cans.
How much does it cost to brew a 30 BBL batch of beer at Beltway?
We like to answer this question by comparing it to buying a car. Are you looking for a practical commuter car? A pickup truck? A handmade luxury car? A two-seat European sports car? No two batches of beer are the same and things like labor, special processes, and fermenter time all play a role in the pricing of your process.
Does Beltway keg, bottle and/or can beer?
How can I start selling Beltway beers?
Now that you have TTB and required state licensure, you’re ready to enter into an agreement with Beltway. You will also need to provide your recipe(s) or a good idea of what kind of beer you’d like to brew. We can help with the recipe formulation, if need be. Fill out this form to get started.