Production at 25 of the top 50 Brewers Association-defined craft breweries didn’t grow last year, according new data released today by the trade organization.
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A Massachusetts state task force dealing with examining the state’s decades-old liquor laws met on Thursday — and beer distribution was on the agenda.
In Monday’s edition of Press Clips: The Texas House advances taproom bill; Georgia governor signs direct sales bill into law; Miller Lite, Samuel Adams begin work with new ad agencies; and much more.
In this week’s Press Clips, Jim Koch defends his New York Times opinion piece; a deceptive advertising lawsuit against MillerCoors is dismissed; the SEC stands pat on no alcohol sales at football games; and much more.
In this week’s edition of Last Call, Amazon begins delivering beer in Richmond; Stone puts its hotel project on hold again; and 34 percent of California millennials say they’d choose marijuana over beer.
The Traveler Beer Company, known for making THE American Craft Shandy, is on a mission to bring summer refreshment with the launch of its most popular beers in 12-ounce cans. Packaged to go where glass bottles can’t, like the pool, on hikes or kickball games at the park, Traveler cans will be available as part of the 12-Can Refreshment Variety Pack and Grapefruit Shandy 15-Can Pack.
In support of the craft beer revolution, Samuel Adams has spearheaded the search for the best homebrewers across the country for more than 20 years. Each year, thousands of homebrews are analyzed by expert beer judges at the Samuel Adams Boston Brewery but only three will win the ultimate prize: seeing their beers on tap and on shelves in the Samuel Adams LongShot American Homebrew Competition variety pack.
Last Friday was National Beer Day and to mark the occasion, Boston Beer Company founder Jim Koch penned an op-ed for The New York Times hyperbolically titled “Is It Last Call For Craft Beer?” Koch, a craft beer pioneer and the man behind Samuel Adams, painted a bleak future for the industry despite it being what he called “the greatest time in history to be a beer drinker in America.”
To celebrate Cincinnati’s importance to Sam Adams, the men and women who live and work in the Tri-State area and at the brewery, Sam Adams is releasing the first-ever Cincinnati-inspired American Lager aptly named Samuel Adams 513.
The Boston Beer Company, Inc. (NYSE: SAM) (the “Company”), brewers of Samuel Adams beers, announced today that Director Jay Margolis has informed the Board of Directors that he will not stand for re-election as a Director of the Company at the end of his current term and will retire from the Board effective as of the close of the 2017 Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
Truly Spiked & Sparkling today announced the launch of its newest style, Truly Spiked & Sparkling Lemon & Yuzu, now available nationwide. Truly Spiked & Sparkling has caught fire amongst drinkers and has quickly become the go-to spiked sparkling water, a category poised to be this spring and summer’s biggest alcohol trend.
It’s official: Samuel Adams’ first seasonal release of the year, Hopscape, has flopped. During its fourth-quarter earnings call on Wednesday, Boston Beer Company executives cited a 1 percent decline in depletions for the period and a 5 percent decline for the year. But that news was overshadowed by a 15 percent decline in depletions for the first six weeks of 2017, which executives blamed on the poor performance of Hopscape, a hoppy wheat ale.
Today, the cider makers at Angry Orchard announced the national release of its new seasonal hard cider Angry Orchard Tapped Maple, available now through April.
Boston Beer Company, the country’s second-largest craft brewery according to trade group the Brewers Association, today announced that CEO Martin Roper would retire in 2018. Roper, who has led the company since 2001, said in a press release that he informed the company’s board of directors of his plans to step down “a year in advance” to give the Boston Beer ample time to name a successor and to “assure a very smooth transition.”
Year Round Beers
|Summer Ale||Wheat Ale|
|Ella Blanc IPL (2017)|
|Winter Lager (2016) 12 fl oz||Lager|
|Old Fezziwig Ale (2016) 12 fl oz||Ale|
|Hopflake White IPA||IPA|
|White Christmas-12 fl oz||Unknown|
|Toasted Caramel Bock||Lager|
|Summer Ale - Can (2016)||Ale|
|Ella Blanc IPL (Adventures in Lager)||Lager|
|Double Bock (Adventures in Lager)||Doppelbock|
|Double Black (Adventures in Lager)||Bock|
|Rebel Cascade IPA||IPA|