Alcohol Brand Venture Capital Firms

Goals

To have a list of Venture Capital firms or investors that fund alcohol brands or have funded alcohol brands in the US in order to evaluate a market opportunity.

Early Findings

During our preliminary research, we were able to identify four Venture Capital firms or investors that fund alcohol brands or have funded alcohol brands in the US. Below is an overview of our early findings.

Isocline Ventures

  • Isocline Ventures provides Venture Capital funding, as well as operational expertise, to companies that are in the Wine and Spirits industry.
  • They provide funding and expertise to companies at any stage in the process, from incubation to the growth stages.
  • The sole partner for Isocline Ventures is Kevin Simback.

Constellation Ventures

  • Constellation Ventures is focusing on investing $100 million in female-founded or led alcohol beverage businesses in the U.S. by 2028.
  • Based on their latest initiatives, they also provide minority investments to U.S. alcohol beverage businesses.
  • Besides investments, Constellation Ventures also offers beverage alcohol experience, relationships in the industry, and partners and constellation employees.

Lion Capital Brands

  • Lion Capital Brands offers funding to apparel and accessories, food and beverage, personal care, and retail companies/brands in Europe and North America.
  • They have already invested in 100+ consumers brands.
  • In fact, although not a U.S. company, Lion Capital Brands has already invested in the Russian Alcohol Group.

Demeter Group

Proprietary Research

  • In addition to this public search, we scanned our proprietary research database of over 1 million sources and were unable to find any specific research reports that address your goals.

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During our preliminary research, we were able to identify four Venture Capital firms or investors that fund alcohol brands or have funded alcohol brands in the US. However, our research suggests there are more Venture Capital firms or investors that fund these brands. Because of this, we suggest diving deeper with additional research to identify 3-5 additional Venture Capital firms or investors hat fund alcohol brands or have funded alcohol brands in the US. For each Venture Capital firms or investor, we can provide their name, a link to their website, an overview of who they are and the types of brands they invest in, and a list of alcohol brands they have already invested in, as available.