Truly Hard Seltzer, a brand of The Boston Beer Co., Boston, announced that as an extension to the Keep It Light campaign, it will help fans to literally “keep it light” this holiday season by covering the utility bills for festive holiday light enthusiasts through its Truly Keep It Light Holiday Edition contest.
Miller Lite is putting a festive new twist on Miller Time with a jaw-dropping accessory for the beer lover on your list: the Miller Lite Beercracker, offering a new way to crack open Miller Lite cans and bottles this winter.
Jones Soda Co., Seattle, announced its expansion into the pet category with the launch of Jones Craft Dog Soda. Uniquely formulated for canines in collaboration with veterinarians and dog owners, new Jones Craft Dog Soda combines all-natural human-grade ingredients in flavors that dogs love, it says.
Livermore, Calif.-based Franzia Wines announced the release of a new limited-edition Franzia Cabernet Sauvignon box wrapped in a colorful holiday sweater design. The box pairs with the new matching Franzia holiday sweater, complete with battery-powered holiday lights and an attached wine swirl scarf.
Pepsi, a brand of Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo, is continuing its 125th anniversary celebration by reuniting with Shaquille O'Neal to unveil a brand-new commercial that highlights Pepsi Mini Cans as ideal for pairing with snack and mealtime occasions.
Corona unveiled a limited-edition collaboration with celebrity fashion designer Talia Coles. Coined Feliz Navi-Drip, the exclusive holiday pairing consists of limited-edition holiday cans of Corona Extra and matching robes, both designed by Talia.
Pernod Ricard USA, New York, announced the power pair behind the Espresso Martini are celebrating the holidays and solidifying their union with the release of Blend No. 83 ― a fragrance by Absolut x Kahlúa.
Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo, in its ongoing effort to support and elevate Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), announced it’s donating $250,000 in grants towards tackling food insecurity at HBCU campuses.
Pure Leaf and the queen of “Do It Yourself,” Martha Stewart, are encouraging tea drinkers everywhere to ditch their home batch and leave it to Pure Leaf the next time they crave iced tea in their latest campaign. In addition to showcasing the possibilities you can unlock when you skip the homebrewing and leave it to Pure Leaf, the brand also is challenging tea DIYers across the country to put Pure Leaf to the homebrewed flavor taste test with a national giveaway, it says.