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Hard seltzer fad continues to flame out as Wall Street turns cautious on beverage companies

Beverage companies are off to a rocky start in 2023, as Wall Street turns weary of falling hard seltzer sales. In a note to clients, analysts at Evercore ISI found traditional hard seltzer sales dropped 10.4% over the last four weeks, with sales of Boston Beer Company’s (SAM) Truly down 19.5% alone. On Wednesday, Jefferies analyst Kevin Grundy downgraded shares

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US breweries are for sale—but who’s buying?

With Australia looking to the US for beer style trends, will the latest business trend – breweries putting up the For Sale sign – also take hold here? Kate Bernot of Good Beer Hunting’s Sightlines looks into what’s driving the growing move towards breweries looking to sell in the US, and whether buyers are there… The United States can count more breweries

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Barley is a winner for North Dakota farmer

By, Ann Bailey. Beck has been growing barley for decades and has served on the North Dakota Barley Council s District 1 representative for eight years. While many North Dakota farmers have stopped growing the crop, farmers near Munich, in southern Cavalier County, continue to plant barley year in and year out. Beck, a certified seed grower, raises and conditions

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