Molson Coors Canada has broken ground on a new 140-acre facility in Longueuil with a focus on sustainability, promised to be the beer giant’s most ‘modern and forward-looking’ brewing site and distribution facility to date.
Traditional mass US beers face a new challenge from a growing category of craft, premium and light lagers: brands like Michelob Ultra and Corona lead the pack of alternative light lagers and pilsners that have swung back into favor among US consumers.
Molson Coors Canada and Canadian cannabis producer The Hydropothecary Corporation are to form a joint venture focusing on non-alcoholic, cannabis-infused beverages for the Canadian market following legalization.
As Molson Coors looks back on its first year of progress towards its 2025 sustainability and responsibility targets, it highlights two key takeaways. Firstly, the biggest challenge has been in creating a culture of change across the organization; and...
Constellation Brands reported strong performance of its beer portfolio with net sales increasing 7.8% in Q3 2018 as its Mexican import brands have claimed four of the top share gainer positions in the total US beer category.
Anheuser-Busch is in the process of delivering more than 155,000 cans of emergency drinking water produced by its Cartersville, Georgia, brewery for US Gulf Coast communities affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Molson Coors has set out its new sustainability strategy: which includes achieving zero waste to landfill across its major manufacturing facilities, improving water efficiency by 22%, and reducing absolute carbon emissions by 50% in its direct business...
MillerCoors decreased its water usage by 15 billion gallons in 2016 – the equivalent of 500 million kegs of beer – thanks to innovative irrigation initiatives and heavy rainfall across its key barley growing regions.
Heineken and Molson Coors Brewing Company have signed a 10-year joint agreement where MillerCoors (Molson Coors’ US division) will import, distribute, and market Mexican beer brand Sol in the US market.
Creating a 'beer for women' simply won't work, say two beer sommeliers: instead, brands and retailers need to think carefully about how beer is labeled, advertised, and presented if they are to appeal successfully to female drinkers.