Craft Up More than 8% in Latest IRI
FILED SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 Craft has come on strong lately. In the latest IRI, to September 10, the segment's dollars are up 5.9% and volume up 4% YTD in the multi outlet and convenience channel. Those trends improved in the latest 12-week period with dollars up 6.9% and volume up 5.1%. And things got even better in the latest four weeks, with dollars up 8.3% and volume up 6.2%. That's among its best showing of the year. Read More
Hop Valley, Saint Archer Outpacing Home Markets
FILED SEPTEMBER 21, 2017 We hadn't heard much on Tenth and Blake craft brands lately. But the MillerCoors blog recently shared some Hop Valley and Saint Archer results that are surpassing trends in their respective home markets. Read More
Will Kona Settle in Deceptive Origin Suit?
FILED SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 Longtime bev alc attorney Marc Sorini of McDermott Will & Emery penned a recent article for The National Law Review, sharing his thoughts on the latest happenings in a class action lawsuit surrounding Kona Brewing's origins. Read More
Non-Alc Craft Coming to St. Louis (and Beyond)
FILED SEPTEMBER 19, 2017 Forget session craft: Some think there's a market for non-alcoholic craft beer. Read More
Stone Now in All 50 States
FILED SEPTEMBER 18, 2017 We had a hunch that Stone Brewing would round out their national footprint this year [see CBD 02-08-2017], and turns out we were right. After rollouts in Oklahoma, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Mississippi earlier this year, Stone is hitting its final state - West Virginia - this week with Mountain State Beverage, per company release. Read More
Macquarie Expects More Boston Declines, Less Ballast SKUs
FILED SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 Yesterday, former CLSA beverage analyst Caroline Levy launched her new beverage/HPC coverage for Macquarie, which included an "underperform" rating for Boston Beer, plus some musings on Ballast Point (still being right-sized, she thinks) and where A-B could acquire next. Read More
Rhinegeist Founders Trying Their Luck in the Medical Marijuana Biz
FILED SEPTEMBER 14, 2017 The founders of Cincinnati-based Rhinegeist Brewing, Bob Bonder and Bryant Goulding, have closed on a deal to purchase a 17-acre plot in Cincinnati's Camp Washington neighborhood. Bob and Bryant plan to dedicate half the site to brewery operations, and reserve the other half for their new venture, Nature's Apex, a medical marijuana cultivation site. Read More
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