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This paper analyzes a case study of Breckenridge Brewery, which is a regional brewery that also controls a number of brewpubs where beer is brewed for sale in the restaurant, noting that this is a company that has the competitive advantage of being known and successful in the marketplace. The brewpub concept has been tested and found effective in the places where Breckenridge has tried it, and while expanding the concept across the country may be seen as an opportunity, it could also become a threat if the concept does not translate well to different sites.
From the Paper:"The external environment for the company is that of the U.S. economy. That economy traces an up and down curve over time, and in the 1980s and into the 1990s, the curve moved down, then improved greatly in the 1990s before slumping around 2000. Since that time, growth has been slow but steady, with an improved economy and better employment picture for the country as a whole. The rise and fall of the general economy affects many businesses, reducing the money the consumer can spend during bad times and especially affecting a small specialty regional brewer like Breckenridge, while in good times, consumers will spend more and buy slightly more expensive products as they experiment with products like beer. At the present time, the direction of the economy is positive."
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