New Belgium Realigns, Cutting 28 Employees From its Workforce
FILED FEBRUARY 23, 2018 Another month, and unfortunately another round of layoffs taking place at a top 50 craft brewing company. New Belgium has just announced it will let go of 28 employees between their Fort Collins, Colorado and Asheville, North Carolina operations. The cut, which represents less than 4% of New Belgium's workforce, will center on brewery personnel between their two facilities. No sales or marketing people were affected, CBD understands. Read More
Sam Adams "Probably Won't Get to Growth This Year" But Angry Orchard Might
FILED FEBRUARY 22, 2018 Boston Beer depletions were down 5% in 2016, and down 5% again this past year. But yesterday the company estimated full year 2018 depletions to be "between flat to up 6%." Read More
Boston Q4 Depletions Down Only 2% (Adjusted), Up 6% So Far in '18
FILED FEBRUARY 21, 2018 Boston Beer just reported depletions down 10% for Q4. But that's just due to quarterly timing. There were 13 weeks in their Q4 2017 and 14 weeks in Q4 2016. Read More
How Many More Brewers Could Open in Sacramento?
FILED FEBRUARY 20, 2018 We've covered Golden Road's imminent foray into Sacramento: the LA-based brewery submitted plans back in 2016 to build a beer garden/restaurant in the city. Perhaps in a nod to craft beer's quirky crunchiness, the "flipflop" pub is to be fashioned partially of shipping containers [see CBD 03-24-2017]. Read More
What's Dragging Down Washington Beer Production?
FILED FEBRUARY 19, 2018 Washington State has snapped its seven-year streak of positive production growth with a 7.7% dip in 2017. Read More
Will Tart Berry Be the Next Big Trend?
FILED FEBRUARY 16, 2018 Everywhere we turn, it seems the flavored IPA of yesterday has morphed into a different attention -- at least, per craft brewers' bet on what's gonna grow next, especially heading into summer. Read More
Boston Beer Announces New CEO: Recent Peet's Coffee Chief Dave Burwick
FILED FEBRUARY 14, 2018 A little more than a year after announcing CEO Martin Roper's intent to retire, Boston Beer is announcing its next CEO: Dave Burwick, most recently president and CEO of Peet's Coffee. Dave has been on Boston Beer's Board since 2005. Read More
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