Mary’s Case

There are many avenues that a restaurant owner, resort, winery, or event manager can take to increase cash flow, thus increasing net revenues for their entertainment space.
Let’s use “Mary” as an example. Mary owns a restaurant and event space. She has recently been challenged with not being to maximize all of her space due to restrictions and distancing regulations. What is she to do?
She sells approximately 120 beers each day that she gets from distribution. Here is the breakdown:
Mary’s Current Situation
  • Number of beers 120/day, 3,600/month
  • COGS (cost to Mary to acquire each beer through distribution: $1.50)
  • Daily cost to Mary: 120 x 1.50 = $180/day
  • Monthly cost to Mary: $5,400
  • Yearly cost to Mary: $64,800
Should Mary use an EZBREW System?
  • Number of beers 120/day, 3,600/month
  • COGS (cost to Mary to acquire each beer: $0 for the first 12 months ($0.41 thereafter)
  • Daily cost to Mary: $50 in leasing costs
  • Monthly cost to Mary: $1,500
  • Yearly Cost to Mary: $18,000

Therefor, in year 1, Mary would make an ADDITIONAL $46,800 by selling her own custom branded, custom beers with an EZBREW System. Good thinking Mary!