In the last week, the Beverage industry is up 6.4%, with Coca-Cola leading the way, up 5.9%. The beverage industry has grown 9.4% in the past 12 months outpacing the US Markets. Looking forward, earnings are forecast to grow by 7.4% annually.With inflation, consumer staples like beverages are expected to be safe hedges. Two beverage subindustries, Brewers and Distillers/Wine Makers have been particularly bullish.
Rogue One, Inc. (OTCMKTS: ROAG) is a distiller focused on tequila. It posted a pivotal filing this month. The company filed an 8K detailing updated numbers from the quarter ending March 31, 2021; the first quarter including the company’s operating subsidiary Human Brands International, a ground-to-glass spirit and hospitality company with a focus on tequila. The filing also included several years of historic balance sheets from Human Brands.
The 8K confirmed through its Human Brands acquisition ROAG has added:
$520,761 in revenues for the quarter ending March 31, 2021 (prior to the acquisition ROAG was pre-revenue)
ROAG now inherits several supply contracts, ranging from 5,000 liters per month to 200,000 liters per month.
ROAG boasts over $18 million in assets
These numbers only account for the quarter ending March 31, 2021. There are several other filings expected as ROAG works back toward current status and upgrading off of the expert market.
With the acquisition of Human Brands, ROAG is in a great position to become a major player in the tequila industry. The white-label tequila company owns and manages 400,000 agave plants. Agave prices have been on the rise since 2016, up 694%. This gives ROAG a leg up over competitors. Not only does it insulate itself from rising prices, but it can potentially profit through sales of the crop.
The robust 8k is extremely detailed, and has the kind of information you would find in a Fortune 500 filing, read the full report here.
BrewBilt Manufacturing Inc. (OTCMKTS: BBRW) is an ancillary brewer play, recently CEO and Chairman Jef Lewis made a statement on the bullishness of the craft brew industry.
Chairman Jef Lewis stated, “We know that any talented brewer stands proudly behind every pint of great beer, and were honored that so many brewers use BrewBilt to stand behind them. We learned our craft in the Pacific Northwest and now share 15 years of brewery equipment knowledge and experience with customers throughout the world.
Lets face it, investors are leery when considering the current economy. The wait and see investor should realize that in 2008 the craft beer industry outperformed most industries. The craft beer market has proven to be recession proof over the past two decades, especially during COVID when BrewBilt first went public and placed more than $3.5 million in sales and manufactured and delivered 12 brewhouses to customers all over the country. With three years of branding, the company is now working with over 40 new customers who are building new breweries that represent over $11 million in sales for the company. This number is growing with expected projections to be favorable for our shareholders. Further, we are quoting more jobs than ever before.”
Lewis’ company, BrewBilt is one of the only California companies that custom designs, hand crafts, and integrates processing, fermentation and distillation processing systems for the craft beer, cannabis and hemp industries using best-in-class American stainless steel and built by highly skilled local welders.
From mood-boosting beverages to healthy tonics the beverage industry is providing investors interesting options, for instance, NewAge, Inc. (Nasdaq: NBEV), commercializes a portfolio of organic and healthy products worldwide primarily through a direct-to-consumer (D2C) route to market distribution system across more than 50 countries. The company competes in three major category platforms including health and wellness, inner and outer beauty, and nutritional performance and weight management — through a network of exclusive independent Brand Partners.
NBEV announced that its Board of Directors has initiated a process to evaluate potential strategic alternatives to maximize shareholder value. As part of the process, the Board will consider a full range of strategic alternatives including available financing alternatives, a potential financial restructuring or a reorganization, merger, sale or other strategic transaction.
Splash Beverage Group, Inc. (NYSE: SBEV) is a diverse option in the beverage industry, with a growing portfolio of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage brands including Copa di Vino wine by the glass, SALT flavored tequilas, Pulpoloco sangria, and TapouT performance hydration and recovery drink.
This week, SBEV added to its roster with an agreement to acquire 80% of Pulpoloco Sangria in a transaction that will give Splash control over the manufacturing and distribution of Pulpoloco across the US while adding international markets, capturing the additional margin and revenue.
Splash acquired the distribution rights to Pulpoloco in 2020 and is currently the exclusive importer of Pulpoloco for the United States. Splash has overseen the dramatic growth of the brand, including a 43% increase in sales through May versus the prior year. Pulpoloco Sangria is made in Madrid, Spain following the family recipe of the founder Paul Damon with three varietals, Crisp White, Soft Rose’, and Smooth Red. Pulpoloco is packaged in a highly innovative, ecofriendly paper can called the CartoCan. Splash expects to complete the transaction by the end of August.
Jones Soda (OTCMKTS: JSDA) is a popular independent beverage brand from the Seattle area popular for its craft sodas with innovative flavors. The company is now jumping into the cannabis-infused soda business. JSDA’s new Mary Jones brand of cannabis-infused sodas are according to Bohb Blair, Chief Brand Officer, Mary Jones Cannabis Co. and CMO, Jones Soda Co. “the most exciting flavors in cannabis today, and our product roadmap will keep our fans delighted by what’s to come.”
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