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Breweries & Distilleries

Insurance to raise your spirits.

We understand the unique challenges related to running a brewery, winery, or distillery and can recommend custom insurance solutions to make sure you remain protected.

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What do we recommend?

Some examples of coverage typically recommended for a brewery, winery, or distillery include:

  • Property & Casualty
  • General & Excess Liability
  • Basic, Broad, or Special Coverage
  • Business Contents
  • Equipment Breakdown Coverage
  • Limited Business Income Coverage
  • Power Interruption
  • Key Employee Replacement
  • Tank Collapse/Leakage
  • Processing Water Loss Extra Expense
  • Property on Exhibition
  • Liquor Liability
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Commercial Vehicle Insurance

Going beyond insurance.

Every Marshall & Sterling program is backed by our exceptional loss control and claims service. Our loss control specialists are available to help you protect your business and profits through safety and accident prevention activities designed to reduce and control hazards to people and property.

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Professional, experienced, and trusted.

Marshall & Sterling Insurance, founded in 1864 is among the largest privately-owned insurance agencies in the United States, and has been recognized nationally for outstanding services, support, and best practices.

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Addressing Sexual Misconduct Allegations with Insurance

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Spotting Fake IDs

Whether it happens with your customers or in the process of hiring a new employee, it is vital to recognize the differences between fake identification documents and genuine documentation.

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What You Should Know About Flood Insurance

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