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Coors

1/2 Barrel 106.99
1/4 Barrel 59.99
24 12oz NR 23.99
30 12oz Cans22.99

Coors, the "Banquet Beer", also known as "Coors Original", a 5% abv pale lager. This is the oldest brand in the Coors portfolio, first brewed in 1874, and has been given awards at World's Columbian Exposition in 1893, and at the Great American Beer Festival in 2004.

Coors Light

1/2 Barrel 106.99
1/4 Barrel 59.99
18 16oz Box 22.49
18 16oz Cans 16.99
24 16oz Plastic Cans 27.49
24 10oz Cans 15.99
24 12oz Cans 19.99
24 12oz NR 23.99
24 16oz Plastic NR 27.49
24 7oz NR 15.49
24 8oz Cans 13.99
30 12oz Cans 22.49

Coors Light, the "Silver Bullet", a 4.2% abv beer first brewed in 1978 as a low calorie beer. It is Coors' top selling brand, and the third-best selling beer in the United States. It has won several medals for "American-Style Light Beer" at the Great American Beer Festival, and is the official beer sponsor of the NFL and the NFL Network. In 2006, a "frost brew liner", referring to the "Frost Brewed" branding, was introduced. Coors Light bottles feature a cold temperature sensitive label using Chromazone ink. When the mountains on the label turn blue, the beer is at optimal drinking temperature.

Killian's Irish Red

24 12oz Cans 15.99 24 12oz NR 24.99

George Killian's Irish Red is a beer with an Irish heritage, based on a recipe created at Lett's Brewery in Enniscorthy, Ireland, in 1864. It was originally an Irish red ale called "Enniscorthy Ruby Ale," and brewed from 1864 to 1956, when the brewery closed and it was discontinued. Coors acquired the rights to brew and market a product based on the original recipe in America from France's Pelforth Beer Company who currently own it along with the name. Coors initially introduced and marketed Killian's Irish Red in the U.S. in 1981; the product was initially an ale as it had been originally, with a fruity flavor profile as per the style, but for marketing purposes the product was eventually toned down somewhat, and it was reformulated as a lager.

Keystone Light

1/2 Barrel 82.99
30 12oz Cans 15.99

Keystone Light is a 4.2% abv pale lager introduced in 1989. Packaged in "specially lined cans" intended to reduce metallic taste. The can is blue and silver and is narrower than a regular 12 ounce can of beer. An advertising campaign starring comedian Bob Marley claimed that Keystone Light relieved "Bitter Beer Face." The current advertising slogan is "Always Smooth, Even When You're Not."

Keystone ice

30 12oz Cans 15.99

Keystone Ice is packaged in similar cans as Keystone Light, but with black and silver instead of blue. Keystone Ice is 5.9% abv and has 143 calories vs 109 in Keystone Light.

Keystone Premium

30 12oz Cans 15.99

Keystone is a 4.8% abv pale lager introduced in 1989. The current slogan is "Always Smooth."

Blue Moon

1/2 Barrel 158.99
1/6 Barrel 69.99
24 16oz Cans 28.99
24 12oz Cans 30.99

Blue Moon (Witbier)- a Belgian style wheat ale, created in 1995. 5.4% abv. (made under Blue Moon Brewing Company label)

Coors Extra Gold

30 12oz Cans 17.99

Coors Extra Gold Lager from Coors - Golden, CO - USA P.A.V.*: 5.0%

Coors Winterfest

30 12oz Cans 25.99

Coors Winterfest from Coors - Golden, CO - USA First Brewed: 1985 Brewed only once a year for the holidays, Winterfest is a handcrafted brew that has earned Coors much recognition and has become the nation's longest-running seasonal brew, celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2005.