Back to Beer: The Eric Molson Story

Oct 28, 2019, 02:25 PM
Helen Antoniou offers intimate details of the life and work of Eric Molson, who repositioned Canada’s iconic Molson Brewing Company and family business as a 21st-century powerhouse. Listen now!

Helen Antoniou is an executive coach for corporate leaders and family business owners, and a volunteer board member in the areas of health, education, and the arts. She has practiced corporate law and management consulting, and holds degrees from McGill University, Université de Paris II, Assas, and Harvard University. A lawyer, Antoniou is the author of Back to Beer… and Hockey, which chronicles the life and work of Eric Molson, who not only saved Molson Breweries, but positioned it to thrive as a globally-orientated organization. The Molson name is part of the fabric of Canada. Since 1786, when John Molson founded his first brewery in Montreal, it has become synonymous with beer, hockey, and philanthropy. Back to Beer traces Eric Molson’s evolution from a young brewmaster captivated by the chemistry of beer-making to chairman of Molson. Molson Brewing Company is a seventh-generation family-owned enterprise and part of Molson Coors.