Very pleased they did not waste more time and energy on the past in favour of a bright future. He had a hand in the company getting to where it is so I see it as a good answer.
Imo, Cannabis is a commodity. Its future is in drinks. Many many people do not even know they like this medicine and the majority will never smoke it. I will take Tinley all day long. It will be grown as a crop elsewhere in the not too distant future. Such an odd situation to be in but waiting patiently for vff to go back to growing tomatoes. The cannabis industry might just have accidentally improved global food security. All of the high tech greenhouses will not go to waste. Soon only premium bud grown by master growers will command the price comparable to ditch weed under prohibition. The rest will be a crop sold by the bushel not the gram. Processed into tasty beverages and edibles. We are leaving the equivalent of moonshine and bathtub gin behind us. At least in the rest of the world. Not sure how long it will be for the US to get out of its own way. Tinley is still alive and making good moves in the heart of cannabis country. I am eager to see how things play out :)
Well let’s hope interstate sales get the approval and this stock will be off to the races . No rush for me I’ll be adding anything under .025
Have been here the whole time holding long. Cannabis is a commodity. This is a CPG industry. Nobody buys shares in a corn farm. The plant will be grown and sold by the bushel and folks betting on greenhouses did not learn from Canada. Craft growers will always command premium prices. McWeed will make investors $. They made a good move by aligning with alcohol. That is where the future is. Cannabis in a bottle. Tinley has been doing the heavy lifting in the toughest market while others lazily chase low hanging fruit. The effort will pay off, just a matter of time
I just got in , they moving into largest cannabis beverage facility, I think could see .25
Vff is my main holdings
Ready to recoup? Try selling and buying more VFF! :)
Here’s revenue up 200% and deal with total wine and spirits , changing name to Becketts … national non alcoholic beer brand at .02 seems cheap
Wow.....That was in December of 2022
But thanks for the reminder
What do ya' or should one be knowing about them ?
Please keep us posted if things start to improve
Wild how it's NOW around .025
Oh it’s coming .. total wine orders will make this a .20 plus stock let’s go
Re vamping the business I am glad they are focusing on their own brands now. It is such a challenging environment
Toronto, Ontario and Los Angeles, California--(Newsfile Corp. - January 31, 2023) - The Tinley Beverage Company Inc. (CSE: TNY) (OTCQB: TNYBF) ("Tinley's" or the "Company") is pleased to provide updates on Company initiatives aimed to achieve revenue growth through the expansion of the Tinley's and Beckett's brands.
Tinley's product development team has commenced reformulation of select Tinley's products to include higher THC potency and new package formats. "In California, we see a preference in the dispensary channel for high THC potency beverages. By increasing the potency of our beverages in high-demand package formats, we plan to unlock revenue from this segment of the market," said Teddy Zittell, Tinley's CEO. Tinley's will also be officially re-launching home delivery of its beverages in California to address the largely untapped segment of California consumers who don't shop in dispensaries. The direct-to-consumer delivery of Tinley's cannabis beverages will be a collaboration between the Company and its cannabis brand distribution partner, Sulo Distro, and Grass Door, a leader in direct-to-consumer delivery of cannabis products.
"We believe home delivery customers, many of whom are new to the category, will respond favourably to our current lineup of Tinley's micro-dosed beverages, all of which are all low-calorie, low-carbohydrate and gluten-free," Mr. Zittell explained. "Through our management services agreement with Blaze Life Holding LLC ("BLH") and its subsidiary ILLA Canna LLC, we have locked in lower production costs for our own Tinley's brand and structured a continued revenue opportunity from current contract packing clients. We will now focus on driving increased revenue growth by building on our own brand," Mr. Zittell added.
Beckett's '27(R) & Beckett's Tonics(R) (USA)
The Beckett's relaunch at Total Wine & More, strategically timed with Dry January, has seen rapid and unprecedented sales across their more than 200 stores spanning 27 states. In response to Beckett's products being so well received by customers, Total Wine & More has reordered Beckett's products, and the Company has commenced production to satisfy this order. Additionally, the Company is actively pursuing expansion to other retail networks, distribution groups and channels, including on-premise. Store tests, which include product demonstrations and sampling, have been conducted at select H-E-B supermarket locations in Texas.
Becketts '27 & Becketts Classics (Canada)
The Company plans to relaunch Becketts brands in Canada starting in Ontario in Q2 2023. Based on consumer and retailer feedback for Becketts Classics (Beckett's Tonics(R) in the USA) ready-to-drink ("RTD") sparkling beverages, the products will now be packed in sleek 355ml aluminum cans. The Company has identified an Ontario based co-packer to produce these cans with the new recipes developed as part of the Company's overall product reformulation in 2022. This work was done by a leading international flavour company with experience in both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages. The RTD's are now intended to more accurately reflect the flavour profile of their beverage alcohol references.
For the Becketts '27(R) product line, the reformulation reduced the stevia aftertaste and more closely matches the target spirit or liqueur profile. The Company is in advanced stage negotiations with two potential Ontario-based co-packers who can produce in 375ml multi-serve cork-finish bottles. The Company is concurrently evaluating alternative routes to key markets across Canada with a range of distributor and broker options focused both on the mainstream and specialty grocery business and the beverage alcohol channel.
Tinley's Beverages (Canada)
In Canada, Tinley's product development team is continuing to evaluate new beverage options that are better suited for Canadian consumers and Canadian regulations. To this end, the Company is in the process of working on the re-introduction of new ready to serve beverages with a 10mg THC potency and infused with other novel cannabinoids, such as CBG. "We see the new Tinley's Classics ready-to-drink cannabis 'mocktails' as a product that will be well received by Canadian consumers," commented Mr. Zittell. "However, the long process in Canada of getting cannabis drinks from the development stage into the hands of consumers remains challenging for all cannabis beverage brands in Canada, including Tinley's," added Mr. Zittell.
Grant of Stock Options
Tinley's also announces the grant of stock options to purchase up to 1,800,000 common shares in the capital of the Company to certain directors and consultants of the Company in accordance with the terms of the Company's stock option plan. The stock options will be exercisable at a price of $0.10 per common share for a period of five years from the date of grant.
It might not, then again it might take off after the longs wait out their time for selling as a tax loss and buy back in lower than what their original price was. I think it is worth a try. They have many things going for them. Their licensing is good because they can bottle and warehouse their product. The price of input in California is low. Their flavours play well in Canada where available. They also co pack and have execs from Cott (3rd largest pop co in the US) Jobes Soda plus weed is a great way to go Cali sober! It could go either way so I am holding what I have but not buying more atm. I see them doing what they say they will in spite of what the share price is.
This will never recover pos stock
I am an investor. I have a long timeline. The company is making adjustments in a very challenging market. You go ahead and trade. I am staying here until the company changes. If they stop doing what they say the will I am out. They could fail of course, that is the chance we take in any investment. They have weathered every storm and improved continuously.
You kidding right ??
wow up 2 cents lol
28% so far today so, yes, I would say it is going somewhere :)
High horse in the stable!
High Horse™ making a trot towards the winner’s circle! 🐎🥂🏁 Non-alcoholic & #cannabis #infused tonic with award-winning spicy ginger flavor 🤤 $TNY $TNYBF #msogang #potstocks #manufacturing #CannabisNews #CannabisCommunity pic.twitter.com/345annl64l— Tinley’s Beverage Co (@drinktinleys) April 29, 2022
I agree with you completely. They have been knocked back many times and each time they took the opportunity to make improvements. That is what made me keep this one and not other brands
Newly redone website. Actively doing business, just not showing up in the shareprice, yet!!!! Sadly we are caught in the downdraft of potstocks but fairly resilient by comparison. Just signed up Pabst Labs as a co-packing client but didn't get the mileage out of that that it should have. Tinley is also co-packing another 4 or 5 top seller infused beverages for California. This is going to translate to shareprice appreciation eventually or one of those powerhouses that we are co-bottling for will throw an offer on the table for Tinley. Tinley is all about pure beverage offerings and concentrated on thc infused which are continually gaining ground. They also responded to sober curious which translates to adult style drinks without alcohol or thc and cranked out those look-alike products under the Beckett's label and we are being told that those sales are going to exceed thc infused. I also think we are looking at cbd infused again as I am sure I read about a deal with Endless Sky cbd. I still think that CBD infused are going to be the real bread and butter revenue for us because patients will seek these out daily whereas rec users probably not. glta and dyodd
No returns are pretty typical for new product manufacturing especially a new vice style product where they are writing the rules as they go. Most companies don't show profits for 7 years.
Tinley is doing what is in their business plan. We've had a few detours along the way but still focused on beverages, although we backburnered cbd style in favour of thc infused and quickly formulated the Becketts brand of non infused and zero alcohol adult style offerings.
The Becketts can be found in some States and Canadian provinces. Because of the no-cannabinoid category they happened very quickly. We have THC infused Tinley's in rts and ms skus in California and soon to be released in Canada when they get through the 60 day government approval checkpoint.
This company has moved this forward despite all the rules and regulations that are changeable as we go. Management has concentrated on getting products on shelves instead of pumping their shareprice. Good numbers will bolster the shareprice but could take a couple of quarters after hitting shelves. My gut tells me that they should be good because of the awards we've won and the time Tinley spent formulating and tweaking their products. I have tried our competitors brands in Canada and they are not tasty or effective which I am hoping our products are.
glta and dyodd
Tinley is putting one foot in front of the other, moving forward to kicking the door down and getting this rippin'! Tinleys on shelves, Becketts on shelves, Canada moving along nicely. Numbers to follow and then it will be off to the races. glta and dyodd
Starting to get a little traction sharepricewise but still a relative unknown. Getting production up to satisfying demand has been the stumbling point and now that we can do that, we might get a conventional ad or two to introduce us to new consumers and investors. This can turn to profit in a hurry and I expect that to happen based on what happened in Canada with Canopy launching their beverages, which honestly aren't that good or effective but consumers are looking for beverages and they are rippin' off shelves. Canopy has already licensed branding to Acreage Holdings aka Canopy USA to get their products selling through Acreage's network of MSOs. Tinley should do great because of the time they spent crafting good tasting effective beverages. Just need to expand out of California for full benefit. Interstate transfer legally would be a big help for the US MSOs. If the US does write new legislation they need to incorporate that and do the whole legalization at the Federal level. Voters want it! I bet Trump wishes he had scooped that and legislated it before the election. It would have made the difference imho. glta and dyodd
I agree with you! So much opportunity at this pivotal time
Beverages will take time to infiltrate regular liquor venues but are being designed by formulators to be similar to alcohol for onset and offset times, have very low calorie count and same for sugar. They will be disruptors to alcohol consumption and my due diligence is showing that flower is giving way to edibles and especially beverages. A lot of consumers are self-doctoring with cannabinoids for aches, pains, sleep, anxiety and if you are drinking thc infused for socializing and rec use, there is no hangover. The Big Kahuna, Canopy Growth is moving heavily towards infused beverages, even announced plans for the US starting with CBD infused and THC by next summer. They are doing that through their US prospective branch, Acreage Holdings by licensing their brands to them and using their infrastructure for manufacture and distribution. They will all come together when there is a triggering event to legalize at the Federal level which could be descheduling marijuana at the Fed level or some kind of banking Act to swing the doors open to investors, especially US investors who are sitting on the sidelines, although some aren't waiting and moving into the sector through Canadian lp listings and their own major MSOs. Good news here is that Tinley relied on State protection and built their business in California where we are on the verge of great success, if I am right about adult style beverages in healthier forms satisfying both sober curious and rec consumers with healthier alternatives. So much potential if we start moving towards certified pharma use products with lots of good reports about cannabinoids and what consumers are using them for. glta and dyodd
The cool thing with drinks is that in mature markets like california, where cannabis is legal, alcohol sales go down. We are in a small market now and flower will be tops for a long time maybe forever but cannabis drinks done well have the chance to be the next corona
Follow Canopy Growth a little and you will get their enthusiasm. They rushed their drinks and they aren't that good but are flying off shelves in Canada. The target is to take a chunk out of Big Alcohol with a safer alternative. Canopy is gearing up for the US bigtime through Acreage Holdings by licensing their branding and they are going with questionable products. Tinley took their time and formulated award winning products and are already on shelves in California and soon to be in Canada. I can't wait to try the Tinley's or their sober curious Becketts adult flavoured beverages in Canada or California if I get there. Tinley doesn't seem to have any push on yet to get us known to consumers and investors. Some think that is because we are just getting our production problems taken care of such that we have products on shelves or maybe it is advertising rules and regulation restrictions. Tinley doesn't bang their own drum at all but this seems to be moving forward and they are taking care of business with a whole new vice and also the Becketts line which they have determined might be bigger than the THC infused drinks. We have waited this long and are on the verge of massive profits imho. I don't think that now is the time to bail unless you've got a stock with more potential and if you do I want to hear about it. glta and dyodd
You are bang on. They have met every challenge thrown at them and used each change in legislation to tweak the formulation and packaging. I think that is what has impressed me most, that they are so focused and resilient. I must say I am ready for this to take off now tho. It is so neat to watch this brand new industry take shape before our eyes :)
I am very happy with how Tinley is doing. It has taken awhile but I sense we are close to lifechanging because it is our time. I've been in since .035 when I called my online to get them to list Tinley so I could buy some. I have liked the story, had several conversations with Jeff along the way and have total trust that he has investors first. Not easy building a company while they are writing the rules. We have navigated some pitfalls but I've got to say that we are looking pretty good right now. I daresay that we are on the verge of profitability and that gets investor's attention. Lots of eyes on Canopy and their beverage biz and their intentions of getting them to the States. Tinley is already there in California and coming to Canada soon. Maybe on shelves in Canada for Xmas. The profit potential will drive the sp up and also open the eyes of potential suitors. I do want to see us get some sp appreciation before they come a-calling. glty and dyodd
It is such an exciting time! I am not sure how it will play out, whether they stay as a stand alone with all the control (my preference) or get bought out. They are positioning themselves well for success in either one.
And Costco for Turkey Day in the US. Nice uptick today. Sounds like commissioning is close and a 2nd hand mention of co-packing. Canopy Growth is making lots of noise about getting their brands into the US through Acreage Holdings deals and they are strong on beverages. All the ones I have tried have come up short for Canopy brands but they will get there or buy Tinley. T.ACB just paid $300 million for Sweetwater Beer bottling plant, so what is Tinley's state of the art operation worth after the final tweaking. $300 million for ours would give us a $3 per share value and that is just for bricks and mortar. What is our IP and recipes worth? What is the whole kit and kaboodle worth for a takeover?
It is going to Ralph’s grocery stores lol!
Tinley's Beckett's(TM) Tonics to Launch at Ralphs Grocery Stores in California
11/04/2020 08:00 AM ET
LOS ANGELES, Nov 04, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX News Network) -- THIS NEWS RELEASE IS NOT FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES OR TO U.S. PERSONS.
The Tinley Beverage Company ("Company" or "Tinley's" or "Beckett's") is pleased to announce that its Beckett's(TM) non-alcoholic spirits and ready-to-drink cocktails are now available at select Ralphs supermarket stores throughout Southern California.
Beckett's(TM) has been approved for listing in all Ralphs stores, representing nearly 200 locations throughout the region. The Company expects its products to be available in an initial group of 40-50 stores located in the Company's core regions in and around Los Angeles: Westside, including West Hollywood; the beach cities, and certain municipalities in Orange County, followed by a broader launch throughout the Ralphs network.
The following Ralphs locations are scheduled to take delivery this week:
Ralphs is the largest subsidiary of the Cincinnati-based Kroger Company, the largest US supermarket and the country's second-largest general retailer (behind Walmart). Kroger operates over 2,700 grocery stores in addition to a network of pharmacies, convenience stores and gas stations. Kroger is the fifth-largest retailer in the world, and the fourth largest American-owned private employer in the United States.
The "Low No Alcohol" category, popularly known as the "sober curious" category, is generating $18 billion in annual revenue worldwide, representing one of the fastest-growing beverage categories globally. Recognizing that only one third of US adults drink beverage alcohol regularly, "Low-No Alcohol" beverages offer the other two-thirds of the population adult-style alternatives to sodas and waters.
The non-alcoholic liquor sub-category grew over 400% in the UK in 2019 according to CGA Data. Beckett's is working to fill the gap in the mid-market portion of this sub-category.
Beckett's(TM) non-alcoholic products are made with the same distilled botanicals, spices, terpenes and natural flavors that are found in national brand spirits and liquors. Beckett's(TM) Tonics cocktail products include non-alcoholic gin and tonic, lime margarita, Moscow mule and paloma. Beckett's(TM) '27 drinks include non-alcoholic coconut rum, amaretto, cinnamon whiskey and coffee liqueur. All are vegan, gluten free and are made with a tiny fraction of the sugar typically found in traditional alcohol spirits and sodas.
"Gaining authorization for Beckett's(TM) ready-to-drink liquors and cocktails in Ralphs throughout Southern California is a powerful opportunity that positions the brand to accelerate the rapidly expanding 'Low-No Alcohol' beverage category for 'sober curious' health conscious consumers," said Rick Gillis, President of Beckett's USA.
"Consumers are increasingly choosing to shop the 'Low-No Alcohol' category, and its fastest-growing sub-segment is non-alcoholic liquors. We're pleased to be expanding our offerings to our shoppers in this category, and we believe our customers will appreciate Beckett's unique offer of familiar non-alcoholic cocktails, sprits and liqueurs under one brand, all at mid-market pricing," said Seth Cohn, Regional Category Manager - Adult Beverage - Ralphs Division.
Beckett's(TM) is also available in BevMo!, select independent supermarkets in Southern California and online throughout the USA on Amazon and Walmart.com. The Company also plans to launch its products in select on-premises bar and restaurant locations and in Canada later this year.
About Beckett's Tonics California
Beckett's Tonics California, a subsidiary of The Tinley Beverage Company, created the Beckett's(TM) Tonics and Beckett's(TM) '27 line of liquor-inspired, terpene-infused, non-alcoholic beverages. Beckett's(TM)-branded products are available in mainstream food, beverage and specialty retailers, as well as on-premises locations, primarily in California. Please visit www.drinkbecketts.com for recipes, product information and home delivery options.
Lots of good news expected soon as Cali commissioning is overdue, I think. Canada expansion launch seems to be going well so far. The big kahuna in the beverage business in Canada, Canopy Growth has sold 2 million beverages in Canada, making inroads into the US through dealings with Acreage Holdings to launch branded beverages in the US. CBD infused, soon and THC infused eta is summer of 2021. I've tried most of Canopy's beverages and there is a lot of room for improvement. Judging from the reviews for Tinley beverages, Tinley will take a lot of those consumers from Canopy with out award winning beverages. Canopy did get their beverages out in Canada in a timely fashion and consumers are buying them but as a consumer who has purchased them several times, I can't wait to try the Tinley. It will be a no-brainer for me to try to find something that tastes better than Canopy's offerings and they have a lot of sugar and calories. Tinley seems to have hit the nail on the head with tasty, effective, low cal and sugar beverages. Tinley in California has certainly had some problems but I am still expecting big things because we are making it to consumers while navigating the regulations. This is a buy and hold investment or I wouldn't be here. glta and dyodd