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Frequently Asked Questions
Beer is typically shipped as Class 65 with NMFC code 111470. In certain situations, the class may change, which is why we are here to help!
Brew Movers can either help you ship product with a Credit Card on file or we can work to establish a line of credit. Please submit this form and a team member will get the process started for you.
Email us at email@example.com to find out who is approved currently.
We can also ship all your ingredients—malts, hops, fruits, etc. We are very confident we can do it cheaper and more efficiently than what you are currently getting from your ingredient vendors.
All of our carrier partners provide lift gate service. Make sure you are selecting “Lift Gate” for either pick up or delivery if there are no loading docks.
Ordering beer ingredients in higher quantities and using brewery software to monitor production, track ingredients and expiry dates, identify batch lots and use-by dates, and inventory raw materials and sales are two of the things you can do to keep on top of your beer supply chain.
Yes, outsourcing the management of your brewery logistics is a good move. When you do, you gain access to the large distribution network of carriers and fleets your logistics partner has which you normally won’t have access to.
You’ll also get expert documentation handling, reduce the burden of back-office management, and free up your time so you can focus more on your business.
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