Canada is known around the world for our vast wilderness, thousands of freshwater lakes, and golden Prairie barley fields as far as the eye can see. Our land is packed full of nature at its best. And it’s from this land that we make our signature beer, Molson Canadian. Brewed without preservatives, Molson Canadian is proudly made locally in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Moncton and St. John’s, with over 3000 Canadians having a hand in bringing our crisp and refreshing lager to your home. Cheers.
Sub Zero is the world’s first draught tower that can continuously pour beer at temperatures below zero degrees Celsius.
5.0% ABV, Molson Canadian Cider™ is proudly made with apples that are 100% Canadian grown, delivering a crisp taste that’s refreshing to the core. Best served over ice.
3.0% ABV, Molson Canadian 67 Sublime is unexpectedly different. It’s the beer you drink when you wouldn’t usually choose beer. Molson Canadian 67 Sublime has a hint of refreshing Lemon-Lime flavour and only 67 calories per 341ml bottle.
5.0% ABV, Molson Canadian is made from the best this land has to offer: Canadian water, prairie barley, and no preservatives. The result is a beer as clean crisp and fresh as the country it comes from. Molson Canadian. Made from Canada.
3.0% ABV, Premium light beer specially brewed to only 67 calories - about half the calories of wine or mixed drinks. Molson Canadian 67 is brewed using only the best this land has to offer - Canadian water, barley & no preservatives.
4.5% ABV, Made with Soft White Spring Wheat grown in Canada, Molson Canadian Wheat™ is our premium unfiltered wheat lager with a taste that's as smooth as it is refreshing.
Introducing the NEW Molson Canadian Widemouth Bottle, a resealable 473 mL bottle with 100% prarie barley, no preservatives, and no spilling.
6.0% ABV, Molson Canadian Cold Shots. Same great Molson Canadian taste, but with 6% alcohol in a 250ml slim can.
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Made with apples that are 100% Canadian grown, our new cider has the same great quality we’re known for, but with a crisp taste that quenches your thirst for something different.
Ripe for picking this June in Ontario and Nova Scotia.
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To view the instruments in this video in more detail, use the left and right arrows to scroll through them.
This was one of the first instruments we created, but getting all the right notes on it was tough.
The hardest instrument to play, and maybe the most bizarre. Works the same way as getting feedback holding a guitar up to an amp.
By rolling a stick across it we got a sustained note. This instrument is probably remembered for taking a fastball of caps in the video.
These ma-ra-cans are actually filled with tabs from Molson cans and Canadian grain. It doesn’t get more Canadian than that.
Inspired by “Plinko”, this was created by gluing loads of bottles and cans to a board. Over 1000 bottle caps are dumped over the top.
This instrument is a lot harder to play than it looks. Unless you’re really good at the steel drum, then it’s easy.
This started with a simple drum pedal and case of Molson Canadian and turned into a full kit.
We were able make one of our own didgeridoo using cans and a whole lot of hot glue.
When you need a bass riff, having a few giant magnum sized beer bottles comes in handy. We played these in a few different ways.
The widemouth makes them harder to play than a regular bottle, but gave us the perfect extra harmony tone we needed.