Canada: Latest beverage news & analysis
Earlier today, Molson Coors reported its Q3 and YTD results. Here, just-drinks takes closer look at the brewer’s Q3 performance by region.
Molson Coors has said there is “more work to be done” on Coors Light in Canada despite a slight rally for the brand in the second quarter.
Molson Coors’ CEO has declared that innovation remains the company’s “top priority” in 2014 as part of a bid to attract new drinkers.
Earlier today, Molson Coors reported a healthy rise in full-year net profits and sales. Fourth-quarter profits also leapt, but the brewer's sales were flat in the last three months of the year. Here just-drinks takes closer look at the brewer’s Q4 performance by region.
A new report - From Farm to Glass: The Value of Beer - published today (5 November) reveals some key facts and figures on Canada's beer market. Here's we present highlights from the report, which was commissioned by Beer Canada, and published by the Conference Board of Canada:
Molson Coors' Canadian unit has started construction on a new British Columbia brewery.
Brick Brewing Co's craft beer division Waterloo Brewing has lined up the launch of a citrus radler.
Consumption of beer in Canada has fallen 8% in the past five years as older consumers move away from the category.
Anheuser-Busch InBev has launched a radler-style Bud Light as it looks to innovate around the Budweiser extension.
Moet Hennessy has appointed a new managing director at its Canadian unit.
Corby Spirit & Wine and parent Pernod Ricard have secured an extension to their distribution agreement in the US.
The Canadian arm of The Coca-Cola Co has readied the nation-wide roll-out of the sparkling extension of its Glaceau Smartwater brand.
Molson Coors' Canadian unit has added two higher-abv variants to its Mad Jack brand line up.
Bacardi has confirmed to just-drinks that it will cease operations at its only company-owned packing facility in Canada as it looks to increase efficiencies.
Drinks producers in the European Union are looking to quickly exploit the export benefits that are expected from the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with Canada.
I predicted that the Molson Canadian beer fridge marketing concept had legs - and so it is proving.
It must be high-fives all round among the marketing team at Molson Coors’ Canada unit.
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