Ways To Pay for Larger Transactions

So you’re thinking about buying a new brewhouse or tanks? That’s a serious investment in your brewery and sometimes making a purchase of that size can be complicated. Fortunately, this is something we deal with quite often in our Pro operations so here are a few pointers.

You should definitely reach out to your financial institution before making your purchase so you can give them a heads up and work through any rules or limitations they might have.

Check, ACH, and Wire Transfer

Probably the most common way of handling larger transactions. If this is the route you want to go, reach out when you are ready to purchase and we will provide you the details to start that process.

Can I pay with PayPal?

Our webstore offers the option to pay through PayPal. You can pay via a linked bank account or by transferring money from an account to your PayPal account.


How to Add Money To PayPal


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Credit Cards

Depending on your creditworthiness and financial standing, you may be able to secure a credit card with a high enough limit to cover the purchase. Make sure to confirm with your credit card issuer to see if your significant purchase will be approved. Cards like American Express Centurion Card (Black Card) and Chase Sapphire Preferred are possible options.

Do You Accept Multiple/Split Payment Methods?

We do not at this time. Our webstore is not set up to accept multiple forms of payment on a single transaction.

Financing Options

We work with our friends over at BreweryFinance.com to help give craft brewers financing options with our equipment. If that is a route you would like to pursue, head over to http://www.breweryfinance.com/ss-brewtech/ to find out more.

If you have any questions, please reach out to us at pro@ssbrewtech.com

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