Bloomberg: World’s Fifth-Largest Brewer Gets into Cannabis

One of the world’s biggest breweries is quietly planning to launch cannabis drinks.molson_coors_deal

It could send shares of this Canadian cannabis stock surging 177%!

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Molson Coors (NYSE: TAP) is rumored to be in advanced discussions with two Canadian cannabis companies.

Bloomberg reports that both Aurora Cannabis (OTC BB: ACBFF) and Aphria (OTC BB: APHQF) have been exploring a partnership with Molson Coors.

At a meeting with investors, Molson Coors CEO Mark Hunter explained . . .

“We have assembled a team in Canada to actively explore the risks and opportunities of entering the cannabis space in that market, where it will be federally legal by this fall.”

Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC) has already partnered with Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) to develop cannabis drinks.

As part of that partnership, Constellation bought 9.9% of Canopy Growth for C$245 million ($191 million USD).

The Constellation-Canopy deal is pressuring other breweries to “partner up.” This agreement is likely exclusive – meaning that Canopy couldn’t partner with another brewery. That means other brewers will be looking to lock in partnerships ASAP.

A deal between Molson Coors and either Aurora Cannabis or Aphria would likely include a similar structure. First, a Molson Coors deal would include a sizable equity investment by the brewer. Second, it would feature a partnership to collaborate on product development.

It looks like a Molson Coors deal could close before the end of 2018.

That would be great news for investors in Aurora Cannabis or Aphria. Shares would likely take off immediately.

Just take a look at what happened to Canopy Growth shares after the Constellation deal was announced. The stock shot up from C$13 to C$20 in a few weeks. And today, shares are trading at C$36!

That’s a 177% profit in nine months!

Molson Coors is a big player.

The company does over $10 billion in annual sales.

Back in 2005, Canada’s Molson brewery merged with Colorado’s Coors. The combined company was re-named Molson Coors – and is now the fifth-largest brewery in the world.

An emerging Molson Coors deal is the latest sign that the “pot stock” buyout boom is underway.

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Alcohol, pharmaceutical and tobacco companies will be making sizable investments or outright acquisitions.

Meanwhile, early investors could see their cannabis stocks surge in price.

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Ian Wyatt

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