• Read more on the standards for our company.
  • We actively promote the responsible enjoyment of our brands.
  • The environment is a key ingredient to our success. Read how we're taking care of it.
  • We care about people both on our payroll and off.
  • We work with our suppliers and vendors to assure responsibility throughout the supply chain.

Alcohol Responsibility

There are two ways to create your custom Molson Coors corporate responsibility report. You can browse the Responsibility section of our website and select Add to My Report for topics that interest you; or, you can go to our custom report builder (link to report builder page) and check the box next to each topic to prepare a report built just for you.

We’re successful when our products are consumed the right way.

We're deeply concerned about excessive, irresponsible and underage drinking. We want our quality products to be enjoyed responsibly by those old enough to drink. Read our Global Alcohol Policy and Our Views to better understand our commitments on these critical issues.

All our employees are required to take alcohol responsibility training. This includes our policies and the role our people play in modelling responsible behavior in their families and communities. Our commercial employees are additionally required to understand our Commercial Responsibility Policy, to provide them with more detailed guidance on how to develop, package, market and sell our products in a responsible manner.

Our Case Studies provide more detail about how we are putting our alcohol commitments and commercial responsibility into practice and how we are partnering on specific responsibility programs.

Industry Collaboration

In October 2012, we joined with twelve other leading beer, wine and spirits companies to strengthen efforts to reduce harmful drinking around the world in five key areas. These Global Commitments will be implemented over a five-year time period beginning next year.

As an active partner to these commitments, we are proud to share the launch of ResponsibleDrinking.org in May 2015. Built by the International Alliance for Responsible Drinking (IARD) to encourage responsible drinking, the website is intended to be a helpful health destination for current information on issues related to safe, legal and responsible drinking decisions. Consumers can find information about different forms of beverage alcohol, the immediate and long-term health effects of drinking, as well as examples of when drinking is risky and why some people should choose not to drink. 

This is one of a number of commitments that Molson Coors is proud to support. More information and the latest progress report can be found on the Producers Commitments site.

Governance and Ethics

We hold ourselves to high standards.

Environmental Stewardship

The environment is a key ingredient to our success. Read how we’re taking care of it.

Employees & Community

We invest in our people and communities.

Responsible Sourcing

We work with our suppliers and vendors to assure responsibility throughout the supply chain.

Our Views

We feel strongly about our products. That includes how you enjoy them.

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Sales & Marketing

We advertise and sell our products legally and honestly.

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Responsible Consumption

We believe in educating and promoting responsible consumption.

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Responsible Retailing

We encourage server and retailer responsibility.

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Global Partnerships

Working with global partners, our impact is greater.

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Case Studies

Read our stories to see our responsibility in action.

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Policies & Principles

Our principles drive how we do our business.

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Talk To Us

Part of being responsible means listening to you.

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Alcohol Responsibility
"We understand that being in the beer business really is a privilege."

Responsibility - Bart Alexander
Responsibility - Bart Alexander
Bart Alexander, Corporate Responsibility VP for Molson Coors, statement on how being in the beer business is a privelige - therefore responsible choices are a necessity.
Responsibility - Bart Alexander