Whether you start counting in 1744 with William Worthington in England, or in 1786 with John Molson in Canada, or even with the youngest of our founders, Adolph Coors in 1873 – you arrive at the same conclusion. We know a thing or two about crafting quality beers and running an enduring business with integrity, authenticity and corporate accountability right from the start.
It was clear to our founding families that building the business and doing the right thing go hand-in-hand. And while that balance is no easy feat and we don’t always get it right, it still serves as the cornerstone for Molson Coors. Over the years we’ve grown into one global company with a shared commitment to brewing extraordinary beers and running a business focused on respect for our employees, our communities, and our drinkers. That means corporate responsibility and accountability right from the start.
Global Company, Local Roots
While our company has expanded around the world, our roots and character remain local. We’re made up of dozens of local breweries and offices where our employees and our iconic brands are a part of the fabric of the community. These are the places where we live, work and connect. It only makes sense that integrity, responsibility and generosity would characterize our approach to the work we do there.
A Business of Responsibility
Corporate responsibility at Molson Coors has never been about an initiative or a department. Corporate responsibility and accountability matter to all of us. We measure the value of our contribution day in and day out by our ability to consistently deliver exceptional quality to our drinkers, how we invest in and develop our employees, and how we conduct ourselves as a member of the larger community.
We also know this is a process of continual improvement and there is always more we can do. We value what we hear from you in terms of our actions, focus and priorities.