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Inclusive employer: MCBC changes recruitment process

Molson Coors: 'CVs simply aren’t necessary'

By Rebecca Weller

Molson Coors Beverage Company (MCBC) has announced it will no longer ask jobseekers to provide a CV when applying for certain roles across several of its brands.

Refreshing: Aspall Cyder releases new berry flavoured cider

Aspall Cyder announces new flavour

By Rebecca Weller

Molson Coors Beverage Company has expanded its Aspall Cyder portfolio with the launch of new flavour, Aspall Blush Cyder (4% ABV).

Category history: why is cider rarely considered in the same echelons as Champagne or whisky, asks Molson Coors' Mark Bentley (image: Getty/Scott Mansfield)


Cider has a heritage we should shout about more

By Mark Bentley, on-trade category controller, Molson Coors

Molson Coors on-trade category controller Mark Bentley reflects on the history and provenance of cider and why pubs, bars and restaurants should make more of the category’s versatility.

How can pubs improve quality on cask beer?

Sharp's looks to tackle quality challenges on cask

By Ed Bedington

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.

Category perception: ‘For too long the no and low category has been marred by the stigma that ‘not drinking’ is dull,’ Ellie Webb, founder of non-alcoholic spirit Caleño, says.

‘Low and no isn’t about compromise’

By Stuart Stone

With the help of category experts, The Morning Advertiser pours over some of the ways in which low and no drink producers are raising the bar.

We all hope that the latest re-opening of the hospitality sector will be a permanent move, with no false starts and/or further restrictions on trade

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Planning for a successful re-opening

By Molson Coors

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...

Keep fighting: Martyn Cozens, UK on-trade sales director, Molson Coors Beverage Company shares his thoughts on how the sector must work together to recover

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Starting out on the road to recovery

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.

How has lockdown affected consumer behaviour?

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Understanding consumers to rebuild your business

By MA editorial

The re-opening of pubs, bars and restaurants has been long awaited, with enforced closures of 15 or more weeks being something that is truly unprecedented for the industry.

Chief champion: Molson Coors’ Phil Whitehead is on the board at the British Beer & Pub Association

Molson Coors MD is new BBPA chairman

By Alice Leader

The managing director of Molson Coors Western Europe has been appointed as chairman of the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), following a vote at the trade association’s general meeting.

So much to do: The Publican Awards promises to be a fun evening

Sneak preview: great night on the cards for Publican Awards

By Ed Bedington

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.

Taking the strain: Thwaites will absorb additional costs rather than pass them on to pubs and their customers

Brewer announces price freeze for 250 pubs

By Nikkie Sutton

Lancashire-based brewer and operator Thwaites is freezing the price of its beer sold to its tenants across its 250 leased and tenanted estate, for the second year in a row.

Cost increase: Molson Coors and AB InBev have announced price rises for this year

Big brewers announce 2018 price hikes

By Nikkie Sutton

AB InBev and Molson Coors will raise beer prices to above inflation over the next 12 months, making some beers and ciders up to 3.9% more expensive than in 2017.

Investment: Molson Coors will boost Aspall's reach


Molson Coors to invest £7m in Aspall Cyder

By Nicholas Robinson

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.

£40m: Molson Coors buys Aspall Cyder

Molson Coors snaps up Aspall Cyder

By Nicholas Robinson

Brewing giant Molson Coors has snapped up family-owned cider brand Aspall Cyder for £40m, following a year of negotiations.

Controversial: Tennents' advert alleges Molson Coors has been

Tennent's takes swipe at Carling with new advert

By James Beeson

Scottish brewer Tennent's has called on consumers to switch over to its “honest lager”, which it claims is brewed to a “refreshingly accurate 4% ABV” in a new advertising campaign.

Misleading: breweries said was “perfectly possible” to produce beer within one decimal place of a targeted ABV.

Is Molson Coors’ claim about Carling ABV variation reasonable?

By James Beeson

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. 

Help and guidance: the new brochure aims to help pubs optimise their wine offer

Wine brochure launched by Molson Coors

By Nikkie Sutton

Drinks giant Molson Coors has launched its 2017 wine brochure, which aims to help licensees boost wine sales by building the right range for their customers.

Fight the caffeine revolution: how pubs can stay relevant

Molson Coors launches ‘save the pub’ campaign

By Nicholas Robinson

Drinks giant Molson Coors has launched a direct attack on the UK’s “one-size-fits-all” global coffee shop culture by revealing its save the great British pub campaign.

Beer prices set to rise in 2017

Beer prices to rise in 2017

By Michelle Perrett

The first wave of brewers have unveiled their price increases for 2017, highlighting the ongoing pressures on the beer industry.

New boss: Phil Whitehead appointed UK and Ireland MD for Molson Coors


New UK MD for Molson Coors

By Nicholas Robinson

Molson Coors has promoted its former European chief supply chain officer Phil Whitehead to managing director of its UK and Ireland businesses, The Morning Advertiser can exclusively reveal.  

Molson Coors refreshes Staropramen


Molson Coors refreshes Staropramen

By James Evison

Molson Coors has announced that Staropramen has been rebranded with a "modern feel" to celebrate its Czech heritage.

Education boost: Molson Coors' new Brew + Press brand

Beer and cider

Molson Coors’ new premium beers and ciders

By Nicholas Robinson

Beer giant Molson Coors, the home of big names including Carling, has launched a premium collection of beers and ciders curated by specialists under its new Brew + Press brand.

Premium targets: Molson Coors is looking to expand its range


Molson Coors set to buy more beer brands

By Nicholas Robinson

Beer behemoth Molson Coors, owner of brews including Sharp’s and Cobra, will buy and develop more beer and cider brands in a bid to expand its recently launched premium Brew + Press range.

The Big Interview: Molson Coors' Martyn Cozens


The Big Interview: Molson Coors' Martyn Cozens

By Robyn Black

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

Molson Coors re-launch brand identity and wholesale business

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Molson Coors re-launches wholesale business

By Jessica Mason

Molson Coors has re-launched its wholesale business, dropping the ‘wholesale’ positioning from its new brand identity and instead replacing it with: ‘Molson Coors – Service. Choice. Trust.’