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I want some drink coasters for my brewpub which stand out from the crowd. Any creative ideas that are different than the run-of-the-mill circular and rectangular coasters?

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What's the preferred image file type for suppliers, when sending custom artwork for growlers and other customized products?

Also, at what size should we format the image file so that it is most compatible with suppliers' artwork-processing systems?

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What are good ways to get the name of a new brewpub out there? What merchandise works the best?

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What are some cool out of the box promotional product ideas?

I don't want to do baseball hats or pens or bottle openers since it seems like a lot of businesses do those. What are some more unique options?

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What are some fun, out of the ordinary promotional items for an independent brewery?

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Is there a benefit to using specialized glasses for serving beer?

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Does it cost extra to get my glasses imprinted?

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How do I determine what size refrigeration system I need for my walk-in?

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We don't serve much whiskey - what sort of whiskey glass should we purchase as 'standard'?

We don't serve much whiskey - what sort of whiskey glass should we purchase as 'standard'?

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Is it possible to make cans in the shape of a bottle with a twisted cap?

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What's in a beer glass? Can different shapes/types of glassware impact the way a beer tastes?

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What packaging should I use for gummies and small candies?

I'd like to sell gummies and other candies we're producing in a display at the front.

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I'm currently in the process of planning a 30-seat brewpub with a 3.5 bbl system that includes 4 serving tanks and 3 fermenters. Trying to decide between purchasing glycol-cooled serving tanks vs. building-out a refrigerated room to store the serving tanks. Most likely I'll need a cold area for storing a few kegs and bottles anyway? What are the pros/cons of each option and how do the costs - both upfront and for routine maintenance - compare in each situation?

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Do I need different shot glasses for different types of drinks?

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