He’d like to let patrons sample and buy his brews directly from his business, but Louisiana’s laws won’t allow him to do so. Loosening some regulations, he said, will encourage other craft brewers to open shop. Godley estimated that selling 15 percent of his production directly to consumers at full retail prices would increase his revenues by 50 percent and potentially contribute 60 percent of his overall business. Under Louisiana law, Godley currently must sell his beer to distributors, who then bring the products to retailers, which sell the alcohol to consumers.
Godfrey also shared his learnings from nanobrewing earlier this year.
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