Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Distil Plc LSE:DIS London Ordinary Share GB0030164023 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 1.15 500,000 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.05 1.25 1.15 1.15 1.15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 2.40 0.16 3.00 0.4 6.0
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:29:51 O 500,000 1.17 GBX

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Distil Daily Update: Distil Plc is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DIS. The last closing price for Distil was 1.15p.
Distil Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.95p and a 12 week average price of 0.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.95p.
There are currently 501,982,913 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 982,679 shares. The market capitalisation of Distil Plc is £5,772,803.50.
berny3: I think it is too easy to see the share price as a reflection of the company's performance. I think the results were not too bad. The drinks market is exceptionally difficult and competitive and in this environment things have performed well. The soft launch of Redleg Caramelised pineapple I think is well timed as it stands Redleg out different from the market as more Rum brands come on line. Drinking Rum is a party and fun and the new flavour fits that well. I am puzzled by the analyst report as it seems over cautious on sales growth. But they got it right last time on profit figure so that is what we have to follow. I think the share price is a reflection of the crowd effect as the price falls people sell. As they say buy when overs fear etc etc etc... I have acquired more during this time as the market cap is not a reflection of the value of the brands IMO. Drink brands take time to build and I remain confident that there is value in Redleg Rum and Blackwoods above what the current share price is.
haggismchaggis: The share price has done well over the past two days. More of the same tomorrow?
texas_caddy: Think we (or the share price) desperately need some positive news in the results Peter, i.e. a beat, however small, on profits and some decent outlook wording to show the direction continues to be positive. IMO patience could well pay off here, particularly from these levels, but it is a slow burner indeed. I have reservations on the Blackwoods product/brand in such a crowded Gin market, and how much this will really contribute. Everything seems to be centred around the Redleg brand really gaining traction.
edpick: Hi berny. As you kindly pointed out before, analyst forecasts were for FY revenue of 2.5m. My H2 revenue calculation puts revenue for the full year in that ball park. I didn't calculate marketing spend but it's now evident that the big increase in marketing spend did not actually yield the sales increases quoted in Q3. Reading through the spin of the RNS it seems to me that distributors couldn't shift the stock or took on more than they could sell, which is the first time this has happened looking back at prior years... I can't see a time when distil have reported a quarterly YoY decresee in revenues? Regarding valuation, well the profits are tiny and I think momentum has now been lost so there's really no floor to the share price. Yes, there are growth opportunities but equally if the brands aren't selling as expected they could always be delisted from these supermarkets. The chart tells a story. Unfortunately for me I missed the story unfolding before yesterday so have lost money.
multibagger: The potential value of DIS lies in its own brands takeover potential by bigger players. I had invested on this premise given what Casa Amigos was bought out for a few years ago. Otherwise, DIS is competing in a very crowded market with huge ongoing spend required on advertising/marketing to just keep it in the running. Disposable incomes are squeezed so I am not expecting any significant re-rate in the share price anytime soon - unless there is a brand buyout. Hence,I bailed out after holding almost 3% at a loss of about £37k last year. I was trying out investing in retail brands, but not a successful strategy for me, so I have reverted to my tried and tested methods ! Good luck all :)
edpick: Agree, James. Let's say Distil make £350k EBITDA this year. Premium spirits brands typically sell for a high EBITDA multiple, say 20x hxxps:// Plus the £1m cash, gives a valuation of £8m. That's pricing in no growth at all. I think the current share price is excellent value.
simplyblue: The current share price is based on the hope that one day in the distant future there may be a brand buyout. It is theoretical. A lottery when you look at the amount of other brands behind the bar. There are just too many other brands out there. Go into Wetherspoons and you will not immediately see Red Leg in the relatively low lighting level. You will first see other labels designed to be more eye catching with better contrast of lettering against background. You have to be looking for Red Leg to see it. Take away a future buyout possibility which to be honest is 'pie in the sky' and look at the recent full year trading. £2.01m revenue. It is currently valued at £9.3m. That 4.62 times its revenue!!! It did make a 0.16m profit but based on that its mcap should be sub £2m. A share price collapse to 0.4p is therefore not unrealistic IMHO.
rumlover: Share prices can go up or down depending on supply & demand. Distil's assets are it's brands and the company policy is to develop brands and sell it to bigger brewer/distillers so that they can take it to higher level. Distil's share price will shoot up when bigger company makes an offer. Distil's CEO Don Goulding is very keen to sell it's brands at decent price as he has mentioned it at number of occasions. Don Goulding has the will, he will eventually find a buyer.
berny3: Mudis See links below - Tesco was listed in 2015 - There were two listings in the same half year previous year [Waitrose and Morrisons]. This half year Asda was included in the listing but only for Redleg Rum. Therefore achieving growth in sales above last quarter YOY is up and above the supply chain fill for that half year. Morrisons no. of stores 491 Waitrose stores stocked 128 [back around the time it was listed I got a look at the Waitrose database in a store] Asda 525 Compare: H/Y 2017 491 *2 + 128 = estimate 1,110 H/Y 2018 525 = estimate 525 It is unlikely that listings were in every Morrisons or every Asda but it gives a comparison. The area for easy expansion would seem to be Blackwoods Gin and Vodka. The Vodka has less of a following than the Gin. So in the short term it would look sensible to try and get Blackwoods Gin listed in Tesco [throughout UK]; Asda; Waitrose; Wetherspoons, other pub chains. The talk of throwing advertising money at the US market is not sensible until you have achieved closer capacity in your current successful market the UK. I think people need to be realistic with the company and its growth plans. Also understand how well the company has done so far with distribution with zero debt. Waitrose 11/08/16 Morrisons 22/09/16 Asda 18/04/17 03/17 Redleg listing in Wetherspoons Tesco 29/10/15
multibagger: From FEVR Interim update... ".....We have continued to build on our partnerships with both the established premium gin brands and the increasing number of local craft gin brands, enabling Fever-Tree to play a key role alongside these brands in driving the premium gin and tonic trend across the UK. We also have begun to seed our new expanded range of dark spirits mixers across a small number of high end On-Trade bars this summer and have seen increased distribution of our Cola at retail in the first half of 2017. We are increasingly optimistic about the significant opportunity in premium dark spirits mixers, both within the UK and across our International markets......" Sounds very good to me with all the photos we have seen with FEVR and Red Leg posted :) We could see a DIS share price uplift on the back of this FEVR trading update...
Distil share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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