Coca-Cola Amatil in new beer deal

CokeCoca-Cola Amatil will now exclusively distribute Miller Genuine Draft and Miller Chill in Australia.

The Miller brand, which is the fourth biggest Premium International beer in Australia, is a significant addition to the beverage giant’s alcohol and coffee business.

“This new agreement deepens our existing relationship with Molson Coors, now the world’s third largest brewer, and represents an exciting step in our journey to grow our beer business across Australia,” said Shane Richardson, Coca-Cola Amatil’s Managing Director of Alcohol and Coffee.

The move is part of a new long-term sales and distribution agreement between Coca-Cola Amatil and Molson Coors International, a division of Molson Coors which today acquired the global rights to the Miller brand portfolio.

“As we welcome the world-famous Miller family of brands into our business globally, we are thrilled to be renewing our partnership with Coca-Cola Amatil,” said Stewart Glendinning, CEO of Molson Coors International.

“For nearly three years, Amatil has done an incredible job introducing the Australian market to Coors and Blue Moon, and we’re excited to continue our work together as we seek to further delight Australian beer drinkers with Miller Chill and MGD.”

Coca-Cola Amatil and MCI have been brand partners since 2013 when Amatil re-entered the beer market, with the agreement giving Amatil distribution rights to the Molson Coors beer portfolio, including Coors and Blue Moon. The newly strengthened partnership will see Amatil retain the distribution rights for these brands with the addition, from today, of Miller Genuine Draft and Miller Chill, to its premium beer portfolio.

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  1. mk posted on October 13, 2016

    4th biggest hard to believe it tastes like water and I have literally never seen anyone drink it in oz reply

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