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Steady Habit Brewing Company

We're moving on up! So "hop in" and we can take this ride together!

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Highlights

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We are a highly rated, established brand with "steady" growth since 2014
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Upgrading from a 2.5 barrel brew house to a new 15 barrel brew house will increase our production by over 500%
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The new brew house will eliminate the need to contract brew reducing our per batch cost by over 50%
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We will be able to put out 140 barrels a month.
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New location is highly visible and centrally located in the ever growing Connecticut craft beer scene.
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The brewery space is designed to allow for easy expansion

Our Team

President - Director of Operations
Jim took Steady Habit Brewing Company from $68,000 in revenues in 2016 to over $500,000 in 2018 with projected revenues to exceed the $1,000,000 mark within the next 3 years.

We are huge lovers of craft beer, but this is not a hobby for us.  We take the business aspect very seriously and it has been our goal, since day one, to make Steady Habit a top regional brewery.  We will do this with continued focus on high quality craft beer, targeted markets and strong partnerships. 

Amy Venditti Vice President - Director of Sales and Marketing
Scott Cross Head Brewer - Director of Brewery Operations
Scott started off as homebrewer many years ago and was able turned his hobby into a career. Producing some great New England IPAs, Stouts and Kolsch Style beers. Prior to joining SHBC Scott was working as a Head Brewer for another CT brewery.

From the "Land of Steady Habits"

In April 2014, Steady Habit Brewing Company was established.  It opened its doors to the public in January 2015, brewing on a 2.5 barrel system, in Haddam, Connecticut, just off the banks of the Connecticut River.  Steady Habit was a "Grab & Go" growler fills only for nearly three years.  The current ownership group purchased the brewery in April of 2017 and quickly filed the necessary paperwork to open up a full-service taproom.  We also began to distribute our products across the state establishing over 250 accounts.  By September 2017 we realized we would quickly outgrow the original location and began the long tedious search for a new home. Finally in May of 2019, with the help from our First Select Woman and our Town Planner, we found our new location, just minutes up the road in the same town.  We purchased a brand new Alpha Brewing Operations 15 Barrel, fully automated, brew house that will be put into place in our new home. 

We have been working on relationships across the country to expand our presence into new markets outside of our area so when our new system comes online, we will be in the appropriate position move the increased product.  

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