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In this video, Isaac Pino reviews Boston Beer‘s latest earnings and why they declined, including increased selling and advertising expenses, and the fleeting brand loyalty of the craft-beer business.
However, Boston Beer is rolling out canned beer, making its product more convenient and helping it compete with larger brewers. Isaac thinks Boston Beer is a classic buy and hold stock that and a dip may be a good time to get in.
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