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Featured Class: Distilleries
 

The craft distillery market continues to grow, with global sales increasing from over $143 billion in 2020 to over $150 billion in 2021. One of those growing distilleries, Porchjam Distillery, is the largest commercial distillery in the state of Louisiana. AmTrust has been with them every step of the way to adjust their policy as they grow and their needs change. 

Watch our video to see how AmTrust provides excellent service for distilleries.

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AmTrust's Insurance Coverage for Breweries, Distilleries and Wineries

Craft brewery, distillery and winery insurance protects the organization in the event of any type of disruption or claim. A brewery, distillery or winery insurance program involves policies for property, general liability and workers' compensation.
 
AmTrust provides small business insurance coverage for craft breweries, distilleries and wineries tailored to their specific needs, including: 

 

Workers' Compensation

Workers' Compensation Insurance protects breweries, distilleries and wineries by providing benefits to employees should they be injured on the job, such as from contact with the moving parts of heavy machinery like grain hoppers or mills, as well as from slips and falls, ergonomic injuries and more.


Cyber Liability

Businesses of all sizes, in all industries, are at risk for a cyber attack, including craft breweries, distilleries and wineries. These cybersecurity breaches can result in thousands of dollars in damages, with long-lasting and devastating impacts. A Cyber Liability insurance policy can help cover the costs associated with a cyber attack.

Risks Facing Craft Breweries, Distilleries and Wineries


Industries like craft breweries, distilleries and wineries face unique risks that can endanger the safety of employees and customers. These hazards can also negatively affect sales and have a major financial impact on the organization. Some of the most common risks facing these businesses include:

  • Muscle strains from heavy lifting
  • Slips, trips and falls
  • Exposure to hazardous and flammable chemicals
  • Equipment malfunction
  • Machinery injuries
  • Thermal burns
  • Faulty packaging – spoilage or leakage concerns
  • Extreme weather damage to property or crops

As these industries continue to grow, so do the risks involved with running these businesses. Proper risk management allows for less equipment downtime, improved products, increased employee safety and various financial benefits.