Tag Archives: Coors Brewing Company

• Molson Coors quarterly profit misses estimates

Molson Coors Brewing Co (TAP.N) posted a lower-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday as higher fuel and commodity costs and weak industry sales in its top three markets influenced results. The beer maker said profit was $109.8 million, or 58 cents a share, compared with $222.1 million, or $1.19 a share, a year earlier. The 2009 […]

• Coors Light Aluminum Pint So Popular They Ran Out Of It

Coors Light Aluminum Pint So Popular They Ran Out Of It

MillerCoors, a joint venture of SABMiller PLC (SBMRY, SAB.JO) and Molson Coors Brewing Co. (TAP, TAPA), has suspended distribution of its Coors Light aluminum pint bottle because demand for the two-month-old product has outstripped supply, according to Beer Business Daily. The Coors Light Silver Bullet Aluminum Pint, which has a resealable twist-off cap, was launched […]

• PC Police Dismayed Coors Can Shows Up In PG-Rated Movie

PC Police Dismayed Coors Can Shows Up In PG-Rated Movie

Even though Coors Brewing Company didn’t pay Walt Disney Pictures to place a beer can in the PG-rated movie Tron: Legacy, the can still ended up in there somehow. Whether or not Coors masterminded the appearance, one could argue that Coors is marketing its beer to underage viewers. BN: See the trailer in which the […]

• Patronizing Molson Coors launches beer for women. As if.

Patronizing Molson Coors launches beer for women. As if.

Beer companies have long tried to get more women interested in their product so it is no surprise that Molson Coors – the brewing giant behind traditionally ‘bloke’ drinks such as Carling, Grolsch and Coors Light are trying to move into this market. By the middle of next year, says Molson Coors UK chief executive […]

• Yuengling Nears Purchase of Memphis Plant

D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc., one of the fastest-growing U.S. beer makers, is close to acquiring a former Coors plant in Memphis, Tenn., to help the company meet rising demand and increase distribution beyond the eastern U.S. Yuengling, the oldest brewer in the U.S., has signed a letter of intent to buy the Memphis facility […]

• Brew North, strong and tasty. Book fêtes Canada's love of beer

Brew North, strong and tasty. Book fêtes Canada's love of beer

Author Ian Coutts figured any book about the Canadian beer industry would end when Molson merged with Coors. The last of Canada’s three major brewers finally succumbed to U.S. ownership in 2008. But, as the Ontario-based writer and beer lover points out in his new book Brew North: How Canadians Made Beer and Beer Made […]

• Brew North, strong and tasty. Book fêtes Canada's love of beer

Brew North, strong and tasty. Book fêtes Canada's love of beer

Author Ian Coutts figured any book about the Canadian beer industry would end when Molson merged with Coors. The last of Canada’s three major brewers finally succumbed to U.S. ownership in 2008. But, as the Ontario-based writer and beer lover points out in his new book Brew North: How Canadians Made Beer and Beer Made […]