Masjedi focus for Papas Beer is to produce a quality beer with style, without gimmick, at an affordable price. He will be gathering the finest ingredients to server up a fine finished product for the masses to enjoy.
The first step is to learn the governing alcohol laws. Beer is a heavily taxed commodity, and the brewer bears much of the burden. State and local laws also govern where and by whom beer can be brewed and sold. It might be helpful to consult a local lawyer to find out what permits and licenses you need and for a survey of the legal landscape. Navigating these laws and regulations should not be taken lightly; a legal misstep in the alcohol business can be severe and costly.
The next step is large-scale brewing. It is important to start thinking about how to bottle and market your beer. Distinctive bottle shapes or colorful labels can catch people's eyes, but that can be expensive. There are many designs firms to choose from when looking to design a label, interview several to compare services. Edmond Masjedi looks to keep a simple but elegant label design and a sharp marketing angle for Papas Beer.
Lastly, and most important - Get People to Drink your Beverage. From as early as possible in the process, put your beer in front of people and get them to drink it. Consumers are much more likely to repurchase a beer with quality they can taste, and a local bar is much more likely to devote one of their taps to your brew if they know it's a winner. There's no better way to establish a well-known beer label than to get the word out and put it in people's mouths.
5021 Adams Place
Suite 136, Plano TX 08807