Craft Brewery & Distillery Insurance
Crafter’sChoice is an exclusive insurance program, created by CapriCMW Insurance, in partnership with Northbridge Insurance, to meet the unique needs of craft brewers and distillers in BC, and provide comprehensive and flexible policies.
In addition to coverages found in typical Commercial Insurance policies, Crafter’sChoice includes these additional coverages:
Coverage for spoilage due to refrigeration breakdown while in transit or in storage, for up to 180 days, including connections and pipes.
Contamination and infestation
Coverage for loss of product due to alteration (e.g. malicious tampering), or if product is determined unfit for consumption by a regulatory body.
Public relations expense
Coverage for expenses incurred (e.g. advertising and public relations consultants) resulting from a negative incident.
Coverage for loss of profits due to disruption of premises utilities (e.g. heat, power, gas, water, or communications supply).
Brewmaster and Key Personnel Replacement
Coverages for expenses resulting from the need to replace key personnel due to death or permanent disability.
Breach of Contract
Coverage for fines, damages or penalties associated with a Breach of Contract. Bad batch Coverage for loss of, or damage to product while being worked upon (by you).
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