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Beer Industry Analysis

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low-calorie beer ((Sector), P. (n.d.). 2013)

o Developments have included yeast strains which include low calorie beer and more alcoholic tolerant

• (O) Reduction of inefficiencies

o More efficient boiling systems

REGULATORY • (O) Canada: Red Tape Peeling Off Craft Breweries (Mondaq Business Briefing, June 19, 2013, para. 5).

o “Tied House Rules” were intended to stop large breweries from using their wealth to open bars that exclusively sold their products (Mondaq Business Briefing, June 19, 2013, para. 5).

• (O)Influential figure in brewing has his eye on emerging markets (The Western Mail News Paper, June 8, 2012, para. 1).

• (O) A new regional brewery tax structure beneficial to small-scale brewers has been implemented in Saskatchewan (Hughey, Beer distribution in Canada, realbeer.com, 2010, Para 26).

o Molson Coors expects to complete its takeover of Czech-based brewer StarBev LP. It will be biggest purchase ever for the Canadian company (The Western Mail News Paper, June 8, 2012, para. 1).

• (T) Allergy sufferers fear beer lobby could kill new food labelling rules (Globe And Mail News Paper, January 26, 2011, para.1)

o Efforts to make food labels clearer have been met with resistance by the beer industry (Globe and Mail News Paper, January 26, 2011, para.1).

• (T) Any person with a license can import beer from anywhere(Hughey, Beer distribution in Canada, realbeer.com, 2010, Para 21)

• (T)Advertising regulations to control irresponsible portrayal of alcoholic drinks (Adolph Coors, 2013).

• (O)Unionized workers at Molson Coors Canada in Montreal have voted 75 per cent in favour of the latest contract offer from the company (Molson Coors employees ratify seven-year contract, 2011, Para 1).

COMPETITION/ INDUSTRY

• (O) Top brewing executives are working together to boost the reputation of beer (Schultz, E. J. (2012).

o Yearning to work together as beer has lost favor among some drinkers

• (T) Three of the largest Canadian breweries are foreign-owned (The Canadian Brewery Industry. (2013).

o It hurts the Canadian economy as it is foreign owned.

• (T) Canadian’s taste of wine is taking out a piece of beer sales (Vancouver Sun. (2013)

o The rise in the dollar value makes a decline in the section of beer

• (T) The market share for beer had declined to 45% from 52% in 2000. (Nonato, S. D. (n.d.). (2013)

o People’s tastes are changing

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5. Adolph Coors (2013), Molson Coors Brewing Company SWOT Analysis.1-10. http://web.ebscohost.com.library.sheridanc.on.ca/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=3&sid=008b7e94-3236-4920-84d6-c88a00434ee1%40sessionmgr112&hid=123

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