Colorado-headquartered Ceria Beverages is partnering with Canadian cannabis co-packing company Growpacker to infuse, package and distribute its THC-infused, non-alcoholic beers throughout Southern California.
Amid growing interest in more “functional” alcoholic beverages, one of the country’s pioneering hard kombucha brands is undergoing a makeover in an effort to appeal to younger female consumers looking for boozier versions of the fermented tea beverage.
Anheuser-Busch InBev yesterday announced a partnership with Canadian cannabis company Tilray that is aimed at researching non-alcoholic beverages infused with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol).
In an effort to attract a growing number of drinkers who are moderating alcohol consumption, several beer companies are looking toward non-alcoholic brews as a way to boost sales and court the 30 percent of U.S. adults who don’t imbibe.
Rob Sands will step down as CEO of Constellation Brands on March 1, 2019, the New York-based alcohol beverage company announced today.
Molson Coors Brewing Company today reported its second-quarter earnings, however the financial results took a backseat to news that its Canadian business division had formed a joint venture with a Quebec cannabis company.
Nearly three months after departing MillerCoors, Keith Villa, who invented the company’s Blue Moon craft brand, has launched a new company, called Ceria Beverages, that will focus on producing a line of non-alcoholic cannabis-infused craft beers.
One week after announcing plans to acquire Oregon-based General Distributors, Portland’s Columbia Distributing today said it would purchase a majority of the assets of western Washington-based wholesaler Marine View Beverage.
Reyes Holdings LLC has signed a letter of intent with The Coca-Cola Company to acquire the distribution rights for the soda giant’s products in California and Nevada as well as three bottling facilities.
Cuvee Coffee’s crowler machine is finally free from the clutches of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC).
The world’s biggest beer and soda makers struck a deal Wednesday, but the transaction wasn’t a long-rumored merger of the two companies.
Gershon served as vice president of marketing for Zevia, a brand of zero-calorie sodas sweetened with stevia, from October, 2010 through July, 2016.