The real story was even quainter than either of my rudimentary guesses. Because of laws surrounding preservation and pasteurization, Coors was illegal to distribute in many states, including those east of the Mississippi River. It wasn’t until 1986 when Coors became a national product.
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Coors didn’t get national distribution until 1986 . Which is why, in the 1970s, Coors wasn’t actually licensed to sell east of the Mississippi, making it, briefly, a rare and sought-after product.
The most unusual aspect of the Coors process is that the beer is not pasteurized , as all but a half‐dozen of the 90 or so American beers are.
Another brand that’s plastered all over Yellowstone is Coors . The classic American brewskies can be spotted in the hands of characters and advertised on signs all throughout the show’s version of Montana. It’s a trend that hasn’t gone unnoticed by fans of the show.
1873 — German immigrant Adolph Coors founds the Golden Brewery with business partner Jacob Schueler in an old tannery, producing the first bottles of Golden Lager just one year later. 1880 — Coors buys out Schueler, renaming his business the Coors Brewery .
Brands. Coors is responsible for originating a number of alcoholic beverage brands. The most notable of those brands are Coors Banquet , Coors Light , and Blue Moon .
Like many brewers, we use an adjunct to aide in the fermentation process. For example, Miller Lite and Coors Light use corn syrup. Bud Light uses rice . Regardless of what source is used to aide fermentation, rice or corn syrup, it gets consumed by the yeast in the brewing process.
Scottish brewery Brewmeister has made the strongest beer in the world, clocking in at 67.5 percent ABV. The subtly named Snake Venom is brewed with a one-two punch provided by doses of beer and Champagne yeasts.
A: Draft beer is definitely better than bottled, but canned can be better than draft . Light and oxygen are the enemies of beer . Draft beers usually move faster, and if you’re replacing kegs more often, that usually means fresher beer . So, in terms of quality and turnover, it’s draft , then cans , then bottles.
The company will continue to make its Banquet beer, the product that made Coors famous, only at its 134-year-old Golden brewery where it can be brewed from Rocky Mountain spring water . Not that water matters that much, said Bill Coors , former chairman of Adolph Coors Co.
Brewing a really good , full-flavored lager beer of this style is not easy. The beer -crazed reviewers at Beer Advocate collectively give Coors Banquet a rating of 61, place it in the category of “poor” (a score under 60 is “awful”).