Beer

Heineken’s latest sustainable report

Heineken’s latest sustainable report outlined a number of successes: 51% reduction in carbon emissions across its breweries since 2008; 22% renewable energy usage in production facilities; reduced average carbon emissions from fridges by over 55% vs 2010; 33% decrease in water consumption since 2008; and 58% of raw agricultural materials sourced sustainably.

Carlsberg – Sustainability News

Carlsberg’s 2020 sustainability report outlines how progress is being made towards its ZERO target. Between 2015 – 2019, carbon emissions were cut 7% across the total value chain, and 12% within brewery operations. By the end of 2020, eight breweries also achieved carbon neutrality. Carlsberg Foundation granted DKK 19.5million for a project to develop climate …

Carlsberg – Sustainability News Read More »

AB InBev – Sustainability News

AB InBev announced a number of sustainable efforts: low carbon cans, produced in cooperation with Rio Tinto and released in the coming months; development of 1000 electrical trucks and vans, in cooperation with Fabrica Nacional de Mobilidades, on the road by 2023; CDP recognized ABInBev as 2020 Supplier Engagement Leader, for the work done in …

AB InBev – Sustainability News Read More »

Heineken News

Heineken is launching Dos Equis Ranch Water Hard Seltzer, to be on the shelves by mid-April. The product, with 4.5% abv and 180 calories, will be sold as single and 12 packs. Further crowding of the hard seltzer shelf space will result. Heineken’s CEO believes EU on-premise activity will not return to pre-pandemic levels and …

Heineken News Read More »

Molson Coors’ Atwater Brewery

Molson Coors’ Atwater Brewery is launching Light Citrus Blond, a wheat ale with delicate notes of citrus, just in time for St Patrick’s Day. This latest release is to complement the brewery flagship Dirty Blond beer, in the wheat ale category and yet further expansion of the Company’s beverage portfolio.

Carlsberg CEO

Carlsberg CEO believe that this summer will bring a surge in demand, similar to the boom seen a century ago after the Spanish flew lockdowns were lifted. This is based on the assumption that people want to go out and will feel more confident as the advancement vaccinations takes hold.

AB InBev News

AB InBev is suing Constellation Brands for using the Corona brand name on a non-beer product, Corona Hard Seltzer, seen as a breach of agreement between the two companies regarding the Corona Brand. Constellation Brands launched the hard seltzer at the beginning of 2020. AB InBev announced that it will brew Stella Artois in the …

AB InBev News Read More »

Molson Coors to expand its cans sourcing to combat shortage.

Molson Coors is working closely with suppliers to source additional cans from all around the world in order to overcome the can shortage in the US. The efforts are covering four continents and include the construction of new can production lines.

Molson Coors 2020 sales hit by on-trade pandemic related restrictions.

Molson Coors 2020 sales volumes decreased by -8.9% mainly because of Covid-19 restrictions and lockdowns that strongly impacted on-trade sales as well as coronavirus related costs. The volume results were less positive for the European operations (-17.9%) than in North America (-6.0%), making a recovery in 2021 even more challenging.

Scroll to Top