Still not seeing Kona anywhere for sale. Look at 1st quarter sales. As they continue to role out Kona to new markets and states this stock will take off!(IMO). I have not seen it for sale in 7 states. Who knows what sales will be like when they get it rolled out everywhere. And if they buy Woodinville they can redo their deal with IB. And what if they buy Appalachian Mountain brewing(hops)?
That 22 acre piece of land, along the Sammamish River in Woodinville has got to be worth a bundle to a builder of a high density housing development.
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BREW is priced for last years earnings and news. This year is 1/4 over and BREW is now entering it's peak earnings season. Many new changes are coming on line. If Woodinville brew is bought CBA will receive one million more for it if CBA is bought after August it will mean a $1 a share more at least. With one million shares shares short and BREW thinly traded we could see an explosive upside rally with any good news.
Last week was a good one for the Craft Brew Alliance. The company's stock price reached an all-time high of over $20 per share on Friday. Tw...
Kona last year was not easy to find. Now I see it everywhere. I also saw an end cap display at a major retailer. I think the earnings will be a big surprise on the upside.
Downside risk pretty much eliminated now that BREW has seen EPS next Q reached the lower limits of 0.15. the other week awesomeSTO-CKS alerted this company i think. google them .
So what does a 20% tax on your competition do to it? Here is what CBA says on their March 2014 10Q " We also compete against imported brands, such as Heineken, Corona Extra and Guinness. Most of these foreign brewers have significantly greater financial resources than we have. Although imported beers currently account for a greater share of the U.S. beer market than craft beers, we believe that craft brewers possess certain competitive advantages over some importers, including lower transportation costs, no importation costs, proximity to and familiarity with local consumers, a higher degree of product freshness, eligibility for lower federal excise taxes and absence of currency fluctuations. "
Kona Beer directly competes with Corona. Buy Kona not Corona
Hey, is the biodegradable 6pack ring really not that profitable? I mean I think that's a game changer. Serious replies only please I know how these boards are. So don't tell me who a paid scanner is I know. Answer the question and thank you for your time in advance
OK....what's the bad news. I must have missed it. Down nearly 7%. NYSE at all time highs but BREW bombs. Between the elections, the riots, and the fires.... people should be drinking more. Just a thought, haven't read any bad corporate news