|1 batch =||15||gallons||Volume after losses (based on efficiency rating)|
|# of Batches||28||==>||which =||420||gallons|
|Yearly Volume||5040||gallons||which =||840||growlers||714|
|which =||747||six packs||635|
So, why does your community need a brewery?
Kingman has no local brewery. There is no homebrew supply store. From informal conversations with members of the community, both of these businesses would be welcome and well supported. Craft brewing has gained a great deal of popularity, in part, due to the character of the local environment that is brewed into the beer. The community has no beer that truly reflects that local flavor.
What will draw people to the brewery?
To put it bluntly, beer. The beverage itself is popular. But, the Lost Cause brewery will have Kingman beer. Beers completely different from any commercial beer will be available. This is something unique that can be acquired no where else on the planet. I have lived in Kingman for over twenty years, and it seems that Kingman “never gets the popular shops and restaurants that other communities in the county get”. A local craft brewery would serve to partially fill that void and would be a local attraction.
What will your brewery do for the community?
The brewery will be a source of “beer culture”. Beer has served civilization since the beginning of time. Many people think only of “getting blitzed on light beer”. There is really much more to beer. Beer is rich with history and has impacted the social development of many nations. The Lost Cause brewery will embody that culture, while supplying its own version of a diverse staple of humanity.
What will make it different from other breweries in the surrounding area?
The Lost Cause Brewery is different in many of the ways already discussed. The brewery will provide truly local beer. Beer brewed with Kingman water, in a Kingman building, by long-time Kingman residents. Even the individual beers from our brewery will have names that reflect the area around Kingman, names that have meaning to Kingman residents. It will be the “home town” brewery.