Learn the details you need to know about getting your product to market.
Freight affects your timing and end pricing.
Once you’ve brewed your craft beer or cider and then packaged it in a keg, can, or bottle, the next step is getting your beverage transported to its destination. Dealing with transportation, trucking, and freight can be a whole new unknown world with an entirely new language to learn. Whether you decide to handle the freight yourself or task your wholesaler with it, you’ll need to learn how freight affects your timing and end pricing.
Beer and cider are classified under the innocuous sounding freight class 65. The freight class system was created by the larger freight companies to help classify the various… (continue reading at The Equipped Brewer).