Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Distil LSE:DIS London Ordinary Share GB0030164023 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.50p 2.40p 2.60p 2.50p 2.50p 2.50p 141,555 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 2.0 0.2 3.0 0.8 12.55

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/11/2018
14:23
Distil case sales are only relevant as far as it proves it is a 'hot brand'. Distil doesn't have the huge distribution system that Diageo has. Diageo can significantly multiply sales of Redleg just by putting it into their distribution system. As for whether they are buying brands because they are selling some, that's how it works, out with the old failing brands, replace them with new 'hot brands'.
haggismchaggis
12/11/2018
14:19
Diageo are getting rid of junk, no big sellers in there, not worth them spending time or money promoting. RedLeg is a 'hot brand'. As Don said, Diageo and big market players buy 'hot brand's because they can plug them straight into their huge distribution system. RedLeg worth £50m because it's a 'hot brand'.
haggismchaggis
12/11/2018
12:03
Interesting re Diagio. Does make them less likely buyers. Also note that the $550m sale number is under 3x revenues on the brands. Doubt they were growing brands, but DIS currently trades at 6 x revenue, so fairly priced?
waterloo01
12/11/2018
11:17
Was in Sainsburys yesterday morning. The Redleg is on display in a good position, about eye level. Somehow a few of the bottles got rearranged for greater effect 😊.
dave2608
12/11/2018
10:20
Distributes Redleg.
suneday
12/11/2018
09:21
Sazerac acquired Hi-Spirits in 2016. https://www.thespiritsbusiness.com/2016/10/sazerac-ceo-confirms-hi-spirits-acquisition/
berny3
12/11/2018
07:10
Diageo selling brands it no longer wants, presumably because sales are low, and dropping or stagnant. It's selling these brands for an average of £17m each. This backs up the theory that a 'hot brand' that Diageo would want, being worth £50m."Diageo has agreed the sale of nineteen brands in an agreement with Sazerac for an aggregate consideration of $550 million. The net proceeds of approximately £340 million, after tax and transaction costs, will be returned to shareholders through a share repurchase following completion, which will be incremental to the previously announced programme of up to £2bn. The transaction, which is subject to regulatory approval, is expected to complete early in 2019."
haggismchaggis
10/11/2018
19:44
That’s good news. It’s not sold in my (large) Tesco and it’s not listed on tesco.com so I assumed they didn’t stock it. Glad to be wrong!
jonbirdy
10/11/2018
18:10
Tesco's do sell Blackwoods. its £20.50 in my local
dietcoke197
10/11/2018
17:59
Distil’s Blackwoods gin is £20 in Sainsbury. Tesco don’t sell it, but the majority of their premium gins are £25+. Tesco is the UK’s biggest wine retailer but I don’t know where they sit in the spirits selling league table. They sell Red Leg so maybe they’ll sell Blackwoods in the future? That would be a good development no doubt.
jonbirdy
09/11/2018
16:51
Nice find Berny!!
haggismchaggis
07/11/2018
20:02
They also distribute Distil’s gin. www.mcdirect.com/uk/2002433
jonbirdy
07/11/2018
17:57
I'm in Canada atm will post if I notice anything
a_2_b
07/11/2018
16:58
Berne This is a massive boost for our company Coors has a reach into Canada Has a massive distribution warehouse in Burton on Trent UK supplying most of the major drinks outlets in the uk Now we are getting brand recognition The 0.20p rise today will be insignificant against the future sales This is a buy
janekane
07/11/2018
14:50
That is one decent Canadian company.
lr2
07/11/2018
14:42
May of of found the Canadian conection. https://www.mcdirect.com/uk/2004526 https://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/Article/2015/03/05/Molson-Coors-re-launches-wholesale-business
berny3
07/11/2018
13:02
Bang on scotty
janekane
07/11/2018
10:20
Tommy without going into MMs again,they use all means at there disposal if they have a buyer at a certain price or visa versa,they don't lose money either way.
scotty1
07/11/2018
10:14
Looks like my Nov 1 post regarding MMs being short of stock and a price upturn is being vindicated. As I understand it, MMs can only 'walk the price down' if there are panicky or automatic sellers to co-operate. Without them, there can't be a tree shake and they lose money.
tommyjnewton
07/11/2018
09:43
Nice buying this morn ;)
scotty1
02/11/2018
08:50
sc agree those trades look like £10,000 bulk trades. One yesterday at 2.65.
berny3
01/11/2018
16:50
Yep still think someone is accumulating a few as there as been those 300k plus trades each day from the RNS and from a few days before said RNS.
scotty1
01/11/2018
16:41
My holding here is the biggest investment in my portfolio I see we have 3 £10k buys at the close again
janekane
01/11/2018
16:32
Well this is all or nothing AIM Jane,but one things for sure the BoDs are doing a damn good job of building this business up so i'm more than happy to hold while they get that value out in the end ;)
scotty1
01/11/2018
16:10
Couldn't agree more I was a little suprised we didn't move higher on the back of last weeks report
janekane
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