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    Quality Alcoholic Beverage manufacturer Solution | Metabrand

    You need a beverage production partner that delivers quality, flexibility, and scalability. MetaBrand is your trusted alcoholic beverage manufacturer, making your great idea a successful reality. 

    Creating the right formula and seeing your product through to production takes the right resources, problem-solving, creativity, and patience. MetaBrand gives you all this and more when you choose us as your alcoholic beverage manufacturer.

    Common Problems of Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturers

    MetaBrand has an excellent track record in helping beverage manufacturers get to market. We know how to navigate the issues companies experience getting their alcohol products off the ground, like:

    A Viable Formula

    You need to focus on products that will be financially viable and manufacturable.

    Alcohol Beverage Profitability

    Products must be planned just right to bring your company the profit it needs to grow.

    Lack of Collaborative Vision

    Sometimes your great idea doesn’t come to fruition because there’s no collaboration and the process breaks down.

    The right formulation and alcoholic beverage manufacturing partner will ensure you see your idea through to successful product. MetaBrand is that partner. Contact our office to get started.

    MetaBrand Solutions for Alcoholic Beverage Production

    We’re your go-to alcoholic beverage manufacturing partner. Here’s a glimpse at how we’ll work with you:

    Our Process

    MetaBrand delivers formulation and smaller-run manufacturing for alcoholic beverages, giving a high-quality solution to smaller drink companies as well as larger ones. Our team of problem-solvers helps us stay flexible and nimble. You have a great idea, and we have the means to launch it. 

    An Upfront Approach

    We give it to you straight, even if that means we think your formula won’t work. We always make sure your product exists for a reason, and we’re not interested in knockoffs – all our products are unique. A client that outgrows us means we did something right.

    Our Proven Methodology

    We’ve built a tried-and-tested methodology over the last five years that we know works. We stick to it on all our products, ensuring the project is commercially viable, buildable, and meets your well-developed taste profile.

    Our reliable process means we’ve been able to deliver a 50% survival rate for our clients. We’re a growing company, which allows us to have the ability to work with any size company, whether they’re looking for a large or small production run. Contact us today to learn more.

    Why MetaBrand Is Your Trusted Partner for Alcoholic Beverage Production

    You always get full ownership over your formula, and each product we envision is commercially manufacturable and repeatable. Other reasons to trust us:

    Formulation and Manufacturing Differentiators

    We deliver the best ingredients around because we don’t outsource to flavor houses. We also focus on small- to mid-sized manufacturing, giving our clients a high-quality option for a smaller budget. This leads to 10x higher product quality than our competitors. 

    Full-Service Solutions

    MetaBrand supports you from idea to finished product. We recognize that the entire process needs to be consistent and collaborative to work.

    Low Minimum Requirements

    Many manufacturers have minimums of around 30,000 cases, but we offer low minimums so you can accept smaller orders for your alcohol products.

    Industry Experience

    Our team brings many years of combined experience to the table. We know what the market is doing and what consumers want.


    We’re firm believers in not wasting anyone’s valuable time and resources. We’re always honest and will give you our true opinion.

    We’re ready to help you create wine, spirit, or sugar-brew based drinks like:

    • Hard seltzers and tonics  
    • Sparkling spritzers  
    • Sparkling cocktails  
    • “Smash”-inspired cocktails  
    • Non Carbonated cocktails  
    • Sangrias
    • Blended spirits (gin, vodka, aperitivo, specialty)  
    • Blended wines (rose, “house blends”)  
    • Craft distillery house cocktails

    Connect with our team today to talk about your alcoholic product idea.

    MetaBrand Is Your Go-To Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturer

    The MetaBrand team is ready to hear about your great alcohol product idea. Our Rapid Concept Development service is an excellent option because we tell you whether we think your idea is viable before you risk failure or waste money.

    Contact our office today to initiate the formulation and manufacturing processes for your alcoholic beverage brand. 


    Alcohol is produced through a process called fermentation. Fermentation works by converting sugars, starches and other carbohydrates into alcohol and carbon dioxide. This process is carried out by fermenting yeast, which consume the sugar and release alcohol and carbon dioxide as by-products.

    The length of time that it takes to turn carbohydrates into alcohol depends upon the type of yeast used, the quality of the ingredients and the desired strength of the drink. Distillation is another way that alcohol can be manufactured, where pure alcohol is separated from water and other impurities.

    Starting your own alcohol brand requires careful planning and research. Here is a step-by-step guide to get you started:

    1. Develop a business plan: Create a solid plan that includes goals and strategies for the business. Consider the types of products you want to produce, the target market, and potential sources of funding.

    2. Choose a production method: Decide whether you will brew or distill your alcohol, or purchase pre-made spirits from another producer.

    3. Obtain licenses: Depending on where you live, different permits may be required for producing and/or selling alcohol, including federal, state, and local permits.

    4. Develop product recipes: Develop recipes for new products or adjust existing ones for desired flavors, aromas or production elements to stand out from competitors on the market.

    5. Source ingredients and supplies: Research suppliers who can provide quality ingredients in bulk at an affordable price. Look into resources like bottling plants and co-packers who can help streamline production processes.

    6. Design branding: Establish a distinct brand identity with packaging design, logos and website content that best represent your products to customers.

    7. Market your products: Utilize a variety of marketing strategies such as social media campaigns, press releases, trade shows and other events to reach potential customers


    Making alcohol involves a fermentation process that converts starches and sugars into ethanol, carbon dioxide and other byproducts. The specific process for creating alcohol will vary dependent on the type of beverage being made. Generally, the steps for making alcoholic beverages include obtaining raw materials, brewing, fermenting, distilling (optional), aging (optional) and packaging.

    1. Obtaining Raw Materials: Depending on what type of alcoholic beverage you are producing, raw materials can come from different sources such as cereal grains or fruit juices. The ingredients will be mashed or steeped in hot water to extract their sugars and starches.

    2. Brewing: Sugar molecules are separated from starch molecules during this step with the aid of enzymes that convert the starches into sugar molecules called “maltose”. This creates a sweet liquid called “wort” which is then boiled with additional hops or herbs to give it flavor and aroma before cooling down for fermentation.

    3. Fermenting: Once the wort has been cooled down it is poured into tanks where yeast is added to begin the fermentation stage. The yeast consumes sugar from the wort and converts it into ethyl alcohol while releasing carbon dioxide gas as a byproduct. This process can take anywhere between 1-3 weeks depending on factors such as temperature and ingredient quality.

    4. Distilling (Optional): Alcoholic beverages may be distilled after fermentation in order to achieve higher levels of ethanol concentration in the final product which results in a stronger drink like whiskey or brandy. During distillation phase some flavor compounds may also be removed resulting in a cleaner taste profile compared to fermented-only beverages like beer or wine.

    5. Aging (Optional): After distillation certain spirits are often aged in oak barrels for months or years to produce smooth flavors and aromas reminiscent of vanilla and caramelized sugars due to oxygenation from the wood staves on contact with air over time

    6. Packaging: Finally, once production processes are complete your alcoholic beverages are ready for packaging! Glass bottles with labels along with any additional security seals required by law can help make your product stand out amongst competition displayed on retail shelves!

    The alcohol industry is an incredibly profitable business. In the United States alone, the industry generated over $250 billion in retail sales in 2020. This figure includes wine, spirits, and beer sales. Additionally, taxes collected from these sales totaled over $33 billion in 2018.

    The growth of this market has been strong, with sales nearly doubling since 2000 due to increased demand for craft beers and higher-end spirits as well as innovative marketing strategies from larger companies. As a result of this demand and continued innovation from producers, the alcohol industry is expected to remain highly profitable for years to come.

    Beer is the most popular type of alcohol worldwide, accounting for around 54% of all alcoholic beverage sales. This is followed by spirits (34%) and wine (9%). In terms of individual types of beer, lagers make up the largest proportion at 38%, followed by ale (11%), stout/porter (10%) and malt liquor (6%).

    As far as spirits go, vodka holds the top spot with a 31% market share, followed by whiskey at 21%, rum at 13%, and tequila at 9%. Wine-wise, red wines make up over half of total wine sales while white wines account for 35%.

    Our stringent quality control processes and focus on small-to-mid-sized manufacturing runs allows us to maintain consistent quality as our clients scale up.

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