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How Beer Ads Have Grown Up

Beer advertisements have finally caught up with the times: long live inclusivity, down with bro-tastic ad campaigns.

That’s the takeaway from a New York Times… 349 more words

Pubdesk

Milwaukee Business Journal: MillerCoors buys naming rights for Milwaukee Theatre

MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Business Journal is reporting the Milwaukee Theatre in downtown Milwaukee has a new naming rights sponsor — MillerCoors.

Details on the terms of the contract and the specific name for the 4,100-seat theater at 500 W. 52 more words

Business

WHO'S NEXT?

At this point, it’s almost more surprising when a day goes by WITHOUT a craft brewery being sold or partially sold to a larger corporate entity. 1,359 more words

Beer Industry

Presenting Henry's Hard Soda: Familiar Flavors For Spontaneous Moments

Today, MillerCoors proudly unveils Henry’s Hard Soda, a new line of deliciously refreshing hard sodas made with real cane sugar. Crafted for beer and non-beer drinkers alike with 4.2 percent alcohol by volume, Henry’s puts a playful spin on familiar flavors with Henry’s Hard Ginger Ale and Henry’s Hard Orange Soda. 326 more words

In The News

Brewery Tour: Where Our Malt Barley Turns into Beer

Last summer we arranged a tour of the MillerCoors brewery in Golden, Colo. As contracted malt barley growers, we got the special treatment.

Our tour group consisted of Tyler and I, my mom Amy, dad Steve, brother Ben, Tyler’s mom Kim, her husband Bill, and Tyler’s Great Uncle Harry, and Great Aunt Veletia. 337 more words

Farm/ranch

Despite fire, MillerCoors Holiday Lites production will run as scheduled this weekend

MILWAUKEE — MillerCoors officials say despite a minor fire on Monday, December 14th, the Holiday Lites production in the Miller Valley will run as scheduled this weekend — on Friday, December 18th and Saturday, December 19th. 317 more words

News

MillerCoors workers rally outside Eden plant

EDEN, N.C. — Retired and current MillerCoors employees rallied outside the Eden plant in hopes of reversing the closure.

Teamster Union spokesman Vernon Gammon said workers are demanding answers and supporting documents that led to the decision to close in September 2016. 165 more words

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