The brewer is hoping that the less gassy, less bitter drinks will appeal to woman drinkers previously put off by beer.
The brands are a product of the company’s Bitter Sweet business unit, which has spent almost three years researching how beer brands could appeal to women.
Molson Coors wants to shore up revenue in a declining UK beer category by developing a market all but ignored.
The brewer has already launched Kasteel Cru and Kasteel Cru Rosé, “female friendly” beer-like drinks made from Champagne yeast.
It is also looking to soften the laddish positioning of its flagship Carling brand in the hope of boosting its appeal among women.