The craft beer boom of the past several years has enticed a glut of entrepreneurs, industry veterans, and even hobbyists to rush into the hot market of ice-cold brews —though often without the business acumen to sustainably thrive in an exciting but complex industry.

That’s where Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, and the Top 15 firm’s craft beverage practice, step in to advise these businesses — ranging from regional start-ups to billion-dollar breweries. Of the roughly 150 clients Baker Tilly serves in its craft beverage practice (established as a dedicated part of the firm’s larger agribusiness, food and beverage channel in 2013), the smaller companies are the most obvious candidates for growth guidance.

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