Coors Brewery Tour
When your group visits the Denver area, you should stop by the Miller-Coors Brewing Company. In 1873, Adolph Coors tapped his first barrel and founded the Coors Company. Prior to the founding of Coors, the Miller Company was founded in 1855. Coors was originally known as the Golden Brewery. Both businesses survived Prohibition, the Great Depression, and two world wars. Miller-Coors has 300 years of combined experience.
In the course of the visit, you and your group mates will have the opportunity to see and taste traditional brewing at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Since its establishment in 1873, Coors Brewery has thrived on a legacy of quality, innovation and customer service. Visitors will learn about the company’s history and their passion for brewing. The team can explore the facility as part of the experience. In the course of the exploration, you will learn about the molting, packaging and brewing processes. Group members will also have the opportunity to check out old photos, neons, historical beer cans, bottles and memorabilia in the course of the visit.
Visitors can also check out souvenirs at the Coors and CO. gift shop as part of the experience. You can buy different types of beer and other Coors products. There are items such as men’s and women’s apparel, headwear, glassware, barware, and sports memorabilia. There are types of beer such as Molson, Killian’s Irish Red, Blue Moon, Keystone Light, Coors Light, and Third Shift. In the course of the visit, you may also want to enjoy a limited quantity of beer in the cool room which has ice cube benches and is refrigerated.