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- Production - Regional
One Design Center Place
Boston, MA 02210 United States
- The Boston Beer Company, Inc. (NYSE: SAM) began in 1984 and today brews more than 60 styles of Samuel Adams beer. The company's portfolio of brands also includes Angry Orchard Hard Cider, Twisted Tea, and Truly Spiked & Sparkling. It also makes and markets the Traveler Beer, Angel City, Concrete Beach, and Coney Island brands, which are overseen by A&S Brewing, the company's craft beer incubator.
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• Angry Orchard Cider Company
• Samuel Adams
• The House of Shandy Beer Company
• Twisted Tea Company
• Boston Beer Company - Breinigsville
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At the National Beer Wholesalers Association meeting in September, Nielsen vice president Danny Brager delivered a simple message to attendees who stopped by his early morning breakout session: Cider is back. According to data from the firm, off-premise sales of hard cider were up 6 percent over the 52-week period ending on August 11. But if you look at the most recent 26-week period, also ending August 11, category-wide sales were up 13 percent.
To kick-off the holiday season, Angel City Brewery transforms a beloved holiday cookie into a boozy treat with Speculoos Cookie Beer.
The Brewers Association board of directors today informed members of proposed changes to its bylaws that would significantly alter the trade organization’s official craft brewer definition, and create a new voting member class, Brewbound has learned. The board also intends to form a political action committee that is aimed at more aggressively lobbying for permanent federal excise tax cuts that currently save craft brewers upwards of $80 million annually.
Boston Beer Company’s growth continued in the third quarter, as the company’s revenue increased 24.2 percent, while shipments (+23.5 percent) and depletions (+18 percent) also grew. During a call with investors and analysts Thursday evening, Boston Beer founder Jim Koch credited the company’s “key innovations” — Angry Orchard Rosé, Truly Berry variety pack, Truly Wild Berry, Samuel Adams Sam ’76 and Samuel Adams New England IPA — with driving the growth.
Boston Beer Company today reported its 2018 third-quarter earnings results, which were highlighted by a 24.2 percent increase in net revenue, to $306.9 million. The company — which makes the Samuel Adams, Angry Orchard, Twisted Tea, and Truly Spiked & Sparkling products — credited the revenue growth to a 23.5 percent increase in shipments during the quarter, which ended September 29.
During Boston Beer Company’s annual Great American Beer Festival breakfast, founder Jim Koch unveiled a new series of Samuel Adams ads and announced a new grant program that will give $1 million to early stage food and beverage companies. Koch said the new series of folksy ads, which highlight hop selection in Germany for Samuel Adams’ flagship Boston Lager, focus on “craftsmanship” and “artisanal values.” The ads end with the tagline: “Brewed inefficiently since 1984.”
Surging freight costs, a shortage of long-haul truck drivers and new laws restricting the number of hours that drivers can be on the road are cutting into profits of beer companies and other major corporations throughout the United States. Although increased transportation costs are affecting all consumer goods industries, Beer Institute chief economist Michael Uhrich told Brewbound that they’re disproportionately affecting the beer industry because the vast majority of beer sold domestically is shipped. Last year, beer companies shipped 2.9 billion cases of beer, according to the National Beer Wholesalers Association.
Channeling his inner Justin Timberlake, Founders Brewing co-founder and CEO Mike Stevens told hundreds of industry professionals attending last week’s Meeting of the Malts gathering in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania that “America forgot how to make beer sexy.” Stevens — who successfully avoided a wardrobe malfunction while participating in a panel discussion about the state of the beer industry alongside Victory Brewing co-founder Bill Covaleski, D.G. Yuengling & Sons chief administrative officer Wendy Yuengling, Yards Brewing founder Tom Kehoe and Cigar City founder Joey Redner — wasn’t calling for a return to the days of provocative advertising, however.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Boston Beer founder Jim Koch dines with President Trump; Buffalo Wild Wings considers sports betting; Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s ties to a Montana brewery project come under scrutiny; a federal appeals court rejects a challenge to the MegaBrew merger; and more news.
A month after a bipartisan group of Congressional members called on the Department of Justice (DOJ) to investigate potential irregularities in the aluminum market, Platts, the group responsible for helping set the price of the metal purchased by thousands of U.S. beer companies, has vowed to offer greater transparency into current price assessments. Platts, which is owned by Standard & Poor’s and bills itself as “the leading independent provider of information and benchmark prices for the commodities and energy markets,” last week announced that it would begin publishing alternative pricing for non-tariffed aluminum and domestically available scrap, starting August 1.
Angel City to release Double IPA on August 6.
Though rosé wine has reached pop culture lexicon status, so has the wellness craze around balance. According to a recent survey of over 1,400 alcohol beverage drinkers, conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of Truly Spiked & Sparkling, half of alcohol beverage drinkers (50%) wish there was a healthier alternative for rosé wine. This summer, Truly Spiked & Sparkling is giving drinkers a new way to rosé with the debut of its newest style: Truly Rosé, a rosy-hued spiked sparkling water inspired by rosé wine with 100 calories and 1g of sugars.
Boston Beer Company’s return to growth continued for a second consecutive quarter. The company — which makes the Samuel Adams, Angry Orchard, Twisted Tea, and Truly Spiked & Sparkling products — yesterday reported its second-quarter earnings results, which were highlighted by a 10.2 percent increase in net revenue to $273.1 million. For the 26-week period ending June 30, Boston Beer’s net revenue was up 13.2 percent, to $463.6 million.
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Year Round Beers
|Chocolate Bock 2018||Bock|
|Holiday Porter 2018||Porter|
|Sam '76 12oz|
|Red Seat IPA||IPA|
|Dunkelweizen||Dark American Wheat Ale or Lager with Yeast|
|Coffee Pale Ale||Coffee-Flavored Beer|
|Black Lager||Dark American Wheat Ale or Lager with Yeast|
|Coffee Black Lager||Lager|
|Old Fezziwig Ale||Ale|
|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|
|Brewing the American Dream - Desert Kaleidoscope IPA||IPA|
|Brewing the American Dream - Time Hop Porter||Porter|
|Brewing the American Dream - Three Ninety Bock||Bock|
|Brewing the American Dream - Tea Party Saison||Saison|
|Brewing the American Dream - Oats McGoats Stout||Stout|
|Bugs & Berries||Fruit Beer|
|Heaven or Helles|
|Got to Gose||German-Style Leichtes Weizen/Weissbier|
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