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.”
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.
Steam Whistle pleads for empties as Beer Store expands returns
Toronto brewery is short of bottles because of restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic leading to a decline in returns.
Challenging times for Canada’s beer industry: Beer Canada
Trends update shows number of breweries growing but domestic sales are in decline.
A1 Cannabis launches cannabis beverages in Ont.
Summit THC Citrus Water has a blend of lemonade and grapefruit flavours with 2.5 mg of THC.
BevCanna launches cannabis-infused beverage powder
Jase will be available for sale in licensed dispensaries in California this year.
Research tapping into craft brewing potential of Maritime wild hops
Second phase will move several varieties being studied from a federal farm to commercial breeders.
Switching grape varieties helps winemakers adapt to climate change: study
Wine grapes are sensitive to temperature, so many growers have been feeling the effects of a changing climate for decades.
Alberta loses beer battle in Appeal Court, won’t have to repay brewers
Court of Appeal tossed out part of an earlier judgment that granted two out-of-province brewers more than $2 million in damages.
Lassonde juice maker buying BC’s Sun-Rype for $100M
Acquisition strengthens Quebec company’s presence in Canadian and US markets.
Beverage companies aim to get bottles recycled, not trashed
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Keurig Dr. Pepper are investing US$100 million to improve recycling collection and processing.
West Bank winery wants in on ‘Product of Israel’ appeal
Psagot says it was conspicuously left out of the earlier proceedings.
Study finds some premium tea bags leach billions of microplastics
McGill research shows levels far higher than what other studies have found in other foods.
New Molson Coors CEO to address flat beer market with spiked seltzers
Looking beyond traditional alcoholic beverages into the market for cannabis-infused drinks.
Federal Court orders ‘Product of Israel’ labels off West Bank wines
Decision means the Canada Food Inspection Agency must decide anew how the wines should be labelled.