- October 11, 2011 - 13:52
right now, the only dark beer molsons has to offer is rickards, which is basically regular beer with food coloring. i'm looking forward to what they can put out with the granville island merger. this was one of the best microbreweries in the country. i hope molson's can do it justice.
- October 07, 2011 - 18:27
I do think about their product now and then. All of their line up of beers is over priced, over advertised, and just plain boring. I seek out beers with malt, hops and great taste. None of their beers meet that. The only reason they are "making up" Six Pints is to trick people to think it is a microbrewery and it must be good. Wait until people sample it. Same old crap... They are getting nervous because people want flavour, not swill.
- October 07, 2011 - 17:59
If you don't know what you are talking about, keep quiet. Better yet, innovate yourself and get a real job. Molson is a great company and a great contributor to Canada.
- October 11, 2011 - 20:42
Molson Canadian and Labatt's Blue can be purchased for $5.99 a 6-pack in NUMEROUS retaii outlets (including grocery strores, BTW) down the U.S. eastern seabord......and no beer drinker in their right mind is buying it. Sober up, Beerone.....and then start working on your social skills.
- Chablis Forever
- October 07, 2011 - 16:58
Coors Light,best selling beer in Newfoundland also enjoyed by connaisseurs of Lamb's Rum,salt beef addicts and people who don't walk the length of themselves. Put Molson and Labatts together and you couldn't find a decent beer. There isn't a weakened demand for beer,there is probably strenghtened for good beer.
- October 07, 2011 - 15:10
It hardly takes "innovation" to switch from selling overpriced swill to resonably priced, good tasting, quality beer. The fact they call this idea an "innovation" tells us how likely it is they are up to it...goodbye and good riddance, you absolute dunces!