Beer brand will remove tiger image from bottle to heighten awareness
May 30, 2017
Tiger Beer, a brand within the Five Points Trading Co., a company of White Plains, N.Y.-based Heineken USA, is embarking on a six-year global partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), starting with a $1 million donation to support the organization's tiger conservation efforts.
Celebrity chef of Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen” creates original recipes using Not Your Father’s Products
May 30, 2017
Small Town Brewery, Wauconda, Ill., announced a new partnership with chef Jet Tila, restaurateur, best-selling cookbook author and star of Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen,” “Iron Chef America” and “Chopped.”
Heineken, a brand of White Plains, N.Y.-based Heineken USA, announced the launch of a new partnership with CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” which will include an exclusive sponsorship of the show’s on-set bar.
The Pabst Brewing Co., Los Angeles, announced the official opening of Pabst Milwaukee Brewery, the company’s first craft brewery. A firkin keg tapping and blue ribbon-cutting ceremony took place April 12 with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, Pabst Chairman Eugene Kashper and Pabst Chief Executive Officer Simon Thorpe.
Although category management and merchandising commonly are associated with shelf resets and assortment rationalization, for White Plains, N.Y.-based HEINEKEN USA, it is much more than that. The global beer company works to thoroughly understand its consumers’ beer-drinking occasions while building relationships with retailers that will drive long-term, sustainable customer loyalty, says Vikas Satyal, senior director of category development.
Shock Top, Wicked Joe Organic Coffees announce new packaging
May 15, 2017
“Shock Top is known for its laid-back, carefree vibe, but this year, we’re growing up without letting go of being young. We’re turning up the volume with a vibrant, new energy and look that’s ready to shake things up,” said Jake Kirsch, vice president of Shock Top, in a statement.
Shock Top rolled out its first major brand refresh. The new look and feel still embodies the carefree spirit of the brand, but with a fresh, youthful optimism, the company says. The new look will be reflected across all brand assets and activations, the company says.