+ Watch BREW
on My Watchlist
This includes a collection of high quality beer,. not just the watered down domestic beers. I have watched the sores carry more andmore of these local brands.
craft beers a rising tide of consumer interest
Need to keep an eye on margins and earnings, but looks like potential for a good growth story. Insider ownership and Buffalo Wild Wings tie-in a plus. (Widmer, yum!)
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Long. Craft beers. 22x ttm, 11x fye. A fraction of the p/s ratios of SAM, TAP.
partnership w/ BWLD
Craft beer is taking over the market, and the brands that make up the Craft Beer Alliance are some of the bigger players in the rise.
Their brews are tasty and hopefully more consumers will gain access to their brands with the Bud distribution channel. I think the upside could be real good assuming the thirst for craft brews remains strong.
I like Brews long term potential, beer has always fared well during a economic downturn and I think this is no exception. The growth potential here is astronomical given that craft beer only makes up a meager 6% of the market. That number is on the rise and as long as Brew continues to make good choices in the acquisitions of its partners you should start to see it steal market share away from some of the big dogs...unless it gets bought out.
March312012 net sales 38,499 -gross profit-11,707- gross margin30.4%2011net sales-27.31-gross profit9,228-gross margin-28.6%increase in cash flow 2,690 last yr (69)
I'd rather be investing in Dogfish Head brewery but they aren't public and I doubt the beer industries other Sam is interested in going that route.However, the rise of craft beer should help Red Hook, Kona & Widmer brothers, the brands that are part of BREW, to do great things.
I am really good at picking stocks. Losing stocks, that is. Whenever I pick a stock, short it and you will make money.
This will outperform. When people are broke and with no job they still are able to somehow buy a beer or two even if they have to stand on the corner and beg for change to pay for it.
it's Friday, beer seems like a very fine and profitable idea today
Good product, growing segment.
Microbrews and craft brews are in. It makes sense too. With lowered distribution costs, why settle for a mediocre macrobrew when for a little bit extra you can upgrade to something tastier (and coming from a college student, your alcohol per dollar with the craft beers is about equal to that of the big guys minus the full stomach). This is the thinking of the young money making demographic, and the cheap valuation only confirms that this trend is not being widely watched on the street.
Great product, growing but nichey industry. (Plus I freaking love their beer, so this is a sentimental call...)
Great beer, good distribution. Craft brewer revolution!
This is a great value play. The craft beer market is growing fast, and this is a way to get exposure to what beer drinkers actually consider craft beer (Not Sam Adams)
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