Beer, success and the Canadiens: the story of brewmaster Eric Molson
The Molson name is practically synonymous with Montreal. But what do we really know about the Molson family? Helen Antoniou was on Breakfast Television Montreal to talk about her book "Back to Beer... and Hockey: The Story of Eric Molson."
Knowlton Literary Festival
The Knowlton Literary Festival has invited two writers to engage in an on-stage conversation avout an absorbing and often dramatic narrative of the evolution of one of Canada's most iconic companies. Novelist Anne Fortier will talk to author Helen Antoniou on October 14 about "Back to Beer... and Hockey," Antoniou's fascinating account of the evolution of the Molson company over the last 50 years.
Toronto Launch of "Back to beer... and hockey"
Helen Antoniou writes frankly and eloquently about her beloved father-in-law, Eric Molson, and the iconic Canadian family that she married into. She spoke about her book to an audience of more than 50 people at NATIONAL Public Relations' Toronto offices, on May 9.
An inside look at Canada’s first family of beer
The Molson company was good at brewing and selling beer. But efforts to diversify the buisness didn’t always go down smoothly. An excerpt published in the Toronto Star from Helen Antoniou's new book, Back to Beer... and Hockey: The Story of Eric Molson.
Back to Beer... and Hockey: The Story of Eric Molson is now available! You can order your copy online or buy it at your favourite bookstore across the country.