You've got several different means of expanding, right? You've got the Sierra Nevada realm of opening another production facility, possibly across the nation. Or you add on incrementally in your backyard, provided you have the space; Boulevard might be an extreme example there. Or you contract brew, usually by utilizing extra space from an older regional brewer, like Brooklyn at Matt Brewing Co. Or Schlafly doing cans at Stevens Point in Wisconsin. But what if you don't have any land to expand on, and don't want to spend the money to build a whole new facility? And what if the traditional means of contract brewing don't appeal to you? Maybe you want a little more control over the brewing process.