We see this comparison a lot, but I don't think it is apples to apples. Some of thes wineries are boutique type wineries where they buy the grapes and have another vineyard produce the wine, bottle it, then put it into a distribution chain. They may have no onsite presence and expend little effort to get the product to the market. This is done once a year and this probably isn't their only source of income. I think most breweries are different in the fact that you are having to constantly produce product and get it out the door or in your taproom because most beers produced have such a short shelf life. Where most wine can withstand a few years on the shelf, a majority of beer cannot.