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Raise spirits and capital like Nippitaty Distillery

Traxler Littlejohn has brought an organic spirits distillery to his neighborhood of North Charleston, SC with the help of a Honeycomb Credit crowdfunding campaign!

Cheers to community capital

After a lukewarm Kickstarter campaign, Traxler wasn’t ready to give up on crowdfunding as an option for financing his business, so he turned to Honeycomb, inspired by his ability to raise money and give back to his community through the process.

Traxler Littlejohn of Nippitaty Distillery pours a drink of gin

Crowdfund like Traxler!

You can play on Albert, Ameritrade, whatever all you want, and you won’t get to go to that place, meet the owner, and get any face time with them, whereas with us, we’re your local distillery down the street. This is me the owner, here’s a picture of my family, it’s a lot more personal for people because we put a face to the name and a face to the campaign.

— Traxler, founder of Nippitaty Distillery

High Proof Results

Nippitaty Distillery raised $67,377 with Honeycomb to fund their taproom buildout, bringing a refreshing new distillery to the Park Circle neighborhood.  Are you next?

Honeycomb has built the toolkit for crowdfunding success

There's a reason why 83% of businesses that crowdfund on Honeycomb succeed, as compared to the 22% industry average—and this success translates into 60% higher revenue, more buzz, and happier customers for years to come.

Capital for your small business's next steps

Whether it's a new location, new product, or the equipment you need to grow, get it funded.

Build your business's buzz

A Honeycomb campaign helps you expand your business's audience by telling your story!

On average, Honeycomb campaigns receive 7 press mentions.

What's our secret sauce?

Our unique debt crowdfunding model allows you to fund your business by taking a loan out from your social network. 

Add some honey to your money

Meet some of the rockstar small businesses, like Nippitaty Distillery, in the Honeycomb community

Small business owners Chad and Lauren Townsend, owners of Millie's Homemade Ice Cream in Pittsburgh, PA

$49,700 to buy an ice cream truck

Keyla Nogueira Cook and Tim Guthrie, owners of Casa Brasil in Pittsburgh, PA, crowdfunded $90,000+ to buy a liquor license

$96,450 to buy a liquor license

Small business owner Sherree Goldstein, owner of Square Cafe and My Goodness in Pittsburgh

$250,000 to move to a bigger space

Jason Ridgel of Guidance Whiskey

$120,000 to grow his whiskey brand

Restaurant owner Pete Tolman of Iron Born Pizza holds detroit-style pizzas in his Pittsburgh restaurant

$107,000 to refinance high interest debt

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$25,000 to build new greenhouses

Small business owners Candace Maiden and Kurtis Williams stand at a Squash the Beef catering event

$30,000 to buy a mobile food trailer

Brewery owners Doug Foster and Ryan Bove at Aurochs Brewing Company

$150,000 for a brewery expansion

Money in the bank in as little as 30 days

Apply

Submit your application. Here's what to expect.

Fund

Run your campaign with a crowdfunding coach in your corner.

Grow

Grow your business and make monthly payments to your biggest supporters.

Get started with your campaign!

Friends of Nippitaty Distillery get $100 off your Honeycomb Credit crowdfunding campaign
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