On Friday Anheuser-Busch reported the discontinuation of rapper and entrepreneur Travis Scott’s spiked seltzer, CACTI. The alcohol beverage giant’s announcement comes just over a...
During Molson Coors’ Q3 earnings call CEO Gavin Hattersley praised the company’s Beyond Beer successes and insisted, “Hard seltzers are here to stay.”
Dogfish Head’s new ready-to-drink (RTD) varieties are now available alcohol retail locations nationwide.
The variety pack will include four new offerings and will be the first addition of a full line of flavors for The Coca-Cola Company’s (NYSE: KO) hard seltzer brand, which will continue to be produced and distributed by Molson Coors (NYSE: TAP).
Mighty Swell announced late last week that its Board of Directors has appointed Jeana Harrington as the company’s Chief Executive Officer.
The Craft Brewers Conference is making its triumphant return this week in Denver, Colorado. Last year’s conference was canceled at the last minute due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and in fact 2021’s conference itself was delayed for six months.
At 12% ABV and 20 suggested servings per box, A-B’s new Boxology promises bartender quality cocktails made with real spirits. The brand's innovation team developed the product in record time, having only applied for intent-to-use trademark protection in April of this year.
Tom Bené has resigned his position as CEO of the National Restaurant Association, and will take the helm at Breakthru Beverage Group, a wholesaler with a large presence in the US and Canada.
Davin Nugent has held the position of CEO for the Dublin-based company for approximately seven years. The Independent based their reporting on “filings made with the Companies Registration Office,” according to a story published on August 29.
Bang’s hard seltzer, MIXX, has found a manufacturing home near Douglasville, Georgia. The new $145 million manufacturing and distribution facility is slated for Georgia’s Douglas County.