Sam on Dogfish Head's 2015 Start
FILED MARCH 3, 2015 Last year was a big one for Dogfish. They said goodbye to longtime sales VP Adam Lambert, promoted COO Nick Benz to CEO, posted another year of double-digit increases and announced some interesting new initiatives, to include an imminent new cider brand. They opened a boutique namesake Inn at Lewes, Delaware, too. How will they follow such a year? Read More
SweetWater's Past 6 Months
FILED MARCH 2, 2015 Georgia's SweetWater is really close to joining the 200K club. They did just under 193,000 barrels last year, up 34%. Organic growth was up 19%. Read More
New VP Sales Out at Rogue
FILED FEBRUARY 27, 2015 Just about five months after being announced as new VP of Sales at Rogue, beer industry veteran Jim Schembre is no longer in the position. Read More
Much Ado About
FILED FEBRUARY 26, 2015 Why won't the U.S. extend a small brewer tax break to Europe's small breweries? A Forbes contributor with the Tax Foundation asked this week. Read More
How Big Could Traveler Beer Co. Get?
FILED FEBRUARY 25, 2015 As sister pub BBD reported this morning, Traveler Beer Co.'s big national push this year can partly explain Boston's uncertainty in full-year guidance numbers. Its national rollout will even include TV ads. So, how big could it get? Read More
Boston Q4 Depletions Growth Slows as Promised, up 13%
FILED FEBRUARY 24, 2015 "Depletions grew 13% and 22% from the comparable 13- and 52- week periods in the prior year," Boston just reported in its Q4 and full year earnings release. YTD depletions through February 14 are estimated to be up 12%. Read More
Kansas Negotiating Caps Too
FILED FEBRUARY 23, 2015 It's fair to say that the state of Kansas is a bit behind in the craft beer revolution. The state only holds 20 microbreweries and its largest brewer, Tallgrass Brewery, only produced 15,000 barrels in 2014, per Salina Post report. Some of that could relate to antiquated laws that impede growth. Read More
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