Boston Beer: A Nice Comeback but Price Target Feels a Bit Expensive

There's been so much intense discussion about the economic ramifications of trade wars, and global alliances being shattered in the news lately. Let's step back and talk about beer. 

Boston Beer Co. (SAM) , the father of craft beer in America, has had a dramatic couple of years. From a macroeconomic perspective, the company sort of created its own nightmare. By instilling the enthusiasm and dream into so many others of starting their own craft brewer, Jim Koch created what is easily one of the most competitive and diverse industries in the world. To that end, Boston Beer has suffered from stagnating revenues as the craft beer pie continually gets split up amongst more, and more, and more competitors....762 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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