It has been 10 years since the deal that saw Molson Coors snap up cask disruptor Sharp’s, and the combined business continues to go from strength to strength with the launch of new initiatives to drive the brand and the category forward.
Last year was undoubtedly one of the toughest on record for the hospitality sector. Less than a quarter of 2020 could be considered as ‘normal’ trade, with lockdowns and tiered restrictions being the reality from 20 March onwards and the disruption continuing...
By Martyn Cozens, UK on-trade sales director, Molson Coors Beverage Company
After what feels like a very long three months, our pubs and bars up and down the country have thrown open their doors and welcomed back people who have been dreaming about that long-overdue fresh pint of draught beer or cider.
The Publican Awards are now just days away, and while top comedian Rob Brydon will be leading the celebrations, he won’t be the only entertainment on the night. Here's your guide to what to expect from the night.
Molson Coors will pump millions of pounds into Suffolk-based Aspall Cyder to boost production and reach, The Morning Advertiser (MA) can reveal after the brewing giant announced its acquisition of the brand.
Several breweries have cast doubt on Molson Coors’ claim that small ABV variances are a normal part of large-scale beer production, after the global drinks giant denied misleading customers over the strength of its flagship lager Carling.
With the need for alternative money-drivers challenging licensees to think outside the box, Ben Winstanley looks at the growing trend for converting vehicles into bars and whether more people should hop on board
Following the rebranding of Molson Coors Wholesale last month, Robyn Black talks to its director of independent on-premise, Martyn Cozens, about his plans to make the business the ‘John Lewis’ for pubs