Despite A Massive Drop In Price, Boston Beer Looks Overvalued


  • Boston Beer Co. is a seller of top brands such as Samuel Adams, Truly Hard Seltzer, Twisted Tea, Angry Orchard, and more.
  • The company saw high growth these past few years due to the rise in popularity of the Hard Seltzer category. But in 2021 sales of this category have steeply declined.
  • At a forward P/E of 40x and with a now lower growth expectation, Boston Beer Co. is overvalued yet again.

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Neilson Barnard


One of the main players in the sale of alcohol, Boston Beer Co. (NYSE:SAM), has seen considerable stock price declines over the past year. The company owns key brands in the High-End beer space, such as the

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