Articles Tagged with 'Earnings'

Kona Growth Can’t Lift Overall CBA Business in 2019

Kona Growth Can’t Lift Overall CBA Business in 2019

Craft Brew Alliance (CBA) referred to the Kona brand as its “cornerstone” while reporting the company’s fourth quarter and full-year 2019 earnings report Wednesday afternoon. Last year, the Hawaiian-themed craft beer brand shipped 474,800 barrels, an increase of 4.1%.

Truly Hard Seltzer Growth Comes at a Price for Boston Beer Company

Truly Hard Seltzer Growth Comes at a Price for Boston Beer Company

Truly Hard Seltzer sales boosted the Boston Beer Company’s fourth quarter revenue to an all-time high of $301.3 million, but it wasn’t without cost, as profits took a hit due to expensive third-party contract production.

Boston Beer Company Sales Reach $1.25 Billion in 2019

Boston Beer Company Sales Reach $1.25 Billion in 2019

The Boston Beer Company’s sales in 2019 reached $1.25 billion, a 25.5% increase compared to 2018, according to the company’s earnings report released Wednesday afternoon.

Molson Coors Sales Hit Nearly $10.6 Billion in 2019

Molson Coors Sales Hit Nearly $10.6 Billion in 2019

Molson Coors Beverage Company reported nearly $10.6 billion in net sales for 2019, a decline of 1.8% compared to 2018. In a press release, Molson Coors Beverage Company president and CEO Gavin Hattersley called 2019 “a challenging year” for the company.

Craft Brew Alliance Reports 2% Depletions Growth in Q3

Craft Brew Alliance Reports 2% Depletions Growth in Q3

A day after announcing Anheuser-Busch will acquire the remaining stake in Craft Brew Alliance (CBA), the Portland, Oregon-headquartered craft beer company reported modest depletions growth in its third-quarter earnings report, boosted by sales of its Kona Brewing brand. Portfolio-wide CBA depletions (sales-to-retailers) increased 2%, driven by Kona Brewing’s depletions growth of 7%. “CBA’s third quarter… Read more »

Molson Coors CEO Discusses Restructuring Plans, New Hard Seltzer Launch During Q3 Earnings Call

Molson Coors CEO Discusses Restructuring Plans, New Hard Seltzer Launch During Q3 Earnings Call

Molson Coors’ future direction became more clear today following the announcement that the company will restructure its operations and slash its workforce. Prior to late July’s second quarter earnings call, the company announced that CEO Mark Hunter would retire at the end of September, and Gavin Hattersley, the CEO of U.S. business division MillerCoors, would… Read more »

Truly Hard Seltzer Boosts Boston Beer Company to Double-Digit Growth

Truly Hard Seltzer Boosts Boston Beer Company to Double-Digit Growth

Boston Beer Company reported strong earnings during its third-quarter earnings call Tuesday evening. The company reported depletions (sales-to-retailers) growth of 30%, 24% of which came from Boston Beer’s core brands and 6% of which came from Dogfish Head offerings.

Molson Coors Announces Plan to Restructure Business, Cut Workforce and Invest in New Brands

Molson Coors Announces Plan to Restructure Business, Cut Workforce and Invest in New Brands

Molson Coors today announced a sweeping restructuring and revitalization plan aimed at reinvesting $150 million annually in its core products, above-premium offerings, new innovations in the beyond beer space and digital capabilities. In order to achieve the savings, Molson Coors is consolidating its business units and office footprint and slashing its workforce.

Boston Beer Company Depletions Up 30%, Shipments Grow 19% in Q3

Boston Beer Company Depletions Up 30%, Shipments Grow 19% in Q3

Boston Beer Company reported third quarter depletions (sales-to-retailers) and shipments (sales-to-wholesalers) of 30% and 19.1%, respectively, according to financial results issued after the end of trading today. Boston Beer’s third quarter earnings marked the first with combined results following the merger with Dogfish Head Craft Brewery. The combined company — whose brands include Truly Hard Seltzer, Samuel Adams beer, Angry Orchard hard cider and Twisted Tea — reported net revenue growth of 23.3%, to $378.5 million, during Q3.

Anheuser-Busch InBev U.S. Shipments Down 3% in Q3; Bud Light Seltzer Coming in 2020

Anheuser-Busch InBev U.S. Shipments Down 3% in Q3; Bud Light Seltzer Coming in 2020

Anheuser-Busch InBev reported today global revenue growth of 2.7% for the third quarter of the year, driven by an increase of 3% in revenue per hectoliter due to premiumization and strong growth in Mexico, South Africa and Colombia. Volumes worldwide decreased 0.5%; A-B’s own beer volumes were down slightly more with a 0.9% decrease. However,… Read more »