More than century old Cronk beverage on sale again in Calgary
Craft brewer inspired by local news section of a Calgary Herald newspaper from 1883 that began with a one-word paragraph: “Cronk.”
Brewery hopes to overcome ‘yuck factor’ of beer made with wastewater
The idea of making beer from wastewater started out as a joke around the boardroom table.
Ontario brewery employment triples in last decade amid craft beer growth
Growth among craft brewers more than offset declines in employment at larger beer companies.
Carlsberg announces food access initiative amid COVID-19
Will donate $0.20 for every bottle and can of Danish Pilsner and Lite sold in Canada.
Labatt provides cans of water to City of Toronto
Labatt to deliver 223,000 cans of drinking water to assist City of Toronto in COVID-19 relief efforts
Challenging times for Canada’s beer industry: Beer Canada
Trends update shows number of breweries growing but domestic sales are in decline.
Mexico border referendum cancels massive Corona brewery
Government won’t grant operating permits for the plant, which is about two-thirds built.
Molson Coors Brewing cutting 400 to 500 jobs and restructuring operations
Montreal-based brewer will also close its Denver office and designate Chicago as its North American operational headquarters.
Molson Coors Q1 results weaker but sees no impact from cannabis legalization
The company remains on track to launch a cannabis-infused drink once edibles are legalized in Canada.
Only one buck a beer option still available for Ontarians
Cool Brewery, in Doug Ford’s own neighborhood, is the last brewer standing.
Alberta declares booze war with Ontario over access to liquor stores
LCBO says breweries from anywhere in Canada are equally able to access its listing process.
Molson Coors readies to sell cannabis-infused beverages in Canada next year
Molson and Hexo Corp. launched Truss, a joint venture, earlier this month.
Ontario’s craft brewers pan Doug Ford’s buck a beer plan
Can’t afford to lower the price without sacrificing product quality.
Alberta appeals court ruling ordering province to pay $2M over beer subsidy
A justice ruled last month the beer subsidy was unconstitutional, violating interprovincial free trade rules.
Minnesota inventor found dead in stadium beer cooler
Was at SunTrust Park to install his patented beer-pouring technology when he died.
National beer standards are getting a federal overhaul
Explosion of beers on the market, many violate the existing standards for ingredients or fermentation methods.
From beer to cookies, Canadian companies creating cannabis edibles
But the federal government has said the sale of edible cannabis products will not be legal immediately.
Comeau ruling defies economic – and common sense
A Supreme Court ruling that there’s no ‘constitutional guarantee of free trade’ will stifle both competition and lower prices for consumers.
Supreme Court ruling corks BC vintners’ hopes for free trade of Canadian wines
Comeau decision supports provincial legislation that controls liquor supplies and protecting health and safety.
NB retiree’s border beer battle could change Confederation
Watch for a Supreme Court of Canada’s key ruling on buying booze and interprovincial trade.
Why Canada’s craft beer explosion isn’t leading to big acquisitions
No longer any medium-sized breweries that produce between 50,000 and 75,000 hectolitres of beer.
Stella Artois recalls some bottled beer sold in Canada, US as precaution
Flaw that may cause a small piece of glass to break off and possibly fall into the beer.
Welcome to Sawdust City
A craft brewing success story in Ontario’s cottage country.
Mobile canning: filling a need in the craft beer market
West Coast Canning takes its filling line on the road, serving brewers in Alberta and BC.
Lower the beer barrier
How ironic that as Canada haggles with other global…
Brick Brewing invests in efficiency
It’s divesting one of its Ontario facilities as part of $9-million expansion plan to vertically integrate.