Firetrucker, a fast growing brewery in central Iowa, was at an inflection point in the growth of their business. The brewery doubled production every single year in each of the first three years of existence. What started out as a challenge to keep all the tap lines flowing with high quality beer quickly became a challenge of a different sort.
So you are starting your new brewery or maybe you’re pumping out thousands of barrels (Or hectoliters, I didn’t forget about you Canada!) and the pesky issue of how you account for keg deposits and returns keeps popping up between you and your accountant. They obviously want you to account for everything by the book, you want to run your brewery as efficiently as possible. The two positions sometimes conflict.