Liquid Death Stock

liquiddeath.comFoodTech / Food Products & ServicesFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $341.92MM

Liquid Death, founded in 2017 by Mike Cessario, is a beverage brand that produces aluminum cans of still and sparkling mountain spring water to reduce the industry's reliance on plastics. Liquid Death's tagline is "Murder Your Thirst," and their spring water comes from a deep underground mountain source protected by a few hundred feet of stone with a PH of 8.1+.

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Management Team

Michael Cessario
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Joseph Lee
Chief Operating Officer
Nicholas Manolelis
Chief Financial Officer
Will Carsola
Co-Founder & Creative Director
Stephen Ballard
Chief Commercial Officer
John-Ryan Riggins
Patrick Cook

Board Members

Michael Jones
Peter Pham

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News Highlights

Liquid Death Is Valued at $1.4 Billion in New Financing Round
New funding from famous investors is helping Liquid Death almost double its valuation since 2022.
Liquid Death closes $67 million in strategic financing including top distributors at $1.4 billion valuation
Several celebrities have recently invested in the popular 'Liquid Death' beverage company.
Liquid Death Hires Goldman Sachs, Aiming for 2024 IPO
The parched market for initial public offerings is likely to see a new entrant soon: a canned water company. Liquid Death, the irreverent water brand backed by venture capitalists, has hired Goldman Sachs to lead a potential IPO as soon as next spring, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Updated on: Apr 19, 2024


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