August 9, 2010
SAINT JOHN (CNB) – The provincial government is making an investment to help Saint John-based Moosehead Breweries Ltd. continue an ongoing modernization project. Energy Minister Jack Keir made the announcement today during a tour of the brewery, where he was joined by Moosehead Breweries Ltd. President Andrew Oland. He was speaking on behalf of Business…More »
July 2, 2010
Saint John N.B. – Know anyone who is turning 100 in the greater Saint John area this month? Moosehead Breweries wants to help them celebrate their remarkable milestone.
As part of its tribute to mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late Moosehead Chairman and President P.W. Oland, creator of Alpine Lager, Moosehead Breweries Limited. will give free Alpine Lager and a birthday cake to anyone in the Saint John area who turns 100 in July. A member of the Oland family will personally deliver the cake, beer and party favours to the party.More »
June 14, 2010
Saint John N.B. – Moosehead Breweries Limited will introduce a new flavoured light beer – Moose Light Blackberry – just in time for summer.More »
Just one year after Moosehead launched its hugely successful light-lime brew, the company is leading the way once again by introducing a blackberry-flavoured light lager.
January 6, 2010
Saint John, N.B. — Moosehead Light drinkers are helping to protect some of the most threatened natural habitats in the Maritimes, thanks to a recent holiday promotion by Moosehead Breweries Limited.
Instead of sending holiday cards to its Moose Light customers this year, Moosehead donated $4,000 to the Nature Conservancy of Canada to celebrate the season. The money will be earmarked specifically to help protect ecologically significant land in the Maritimes, including Johnson’s Mills, NB, Port Joli, NS, and Percival River, PEI. Moosehead sent 8,000 Moose Light consumers a custom-designed wrist band incorporating a forest scene, a moose and the Nature Conservancy name. The band was inserted into a “Here’s to giving as good as you get” card. The cards explained to consumers that a donation had been made on their behalf.More »