The Miller Lite recipe uses a unique blend of choice Saaz and Pacific Northwest hops and a significant amount of caramel malt. Continues to be purposefully brewed for more taste, aroma and golden color than other light beers, with just 96 calories.
Deep ruby red in color with a dense off-white foam. Toasted/roasted caramel malt introduction with nice bready characteristics. Full-bodied with medium carbonation. Well-balanced with slight lingering citrus rind and subtle sweetness.
MillerCoors grew from the dreams of two German entrepreneurs who came to America in the mid-19th Century
Frederick J. Miller was a determined young brewer who settled in Milwaukee and purchased the Plank Road Brewery where he founded Miller Brewing Company in 1855. He brewed his delicious beer using yeast that he carried in his pocket from Europe.
Adolph Coors apprenticed at a brewery in Prussia during his teens and stowed away on a ship to America to realize his dreams of becoming a brewer. Adolph opened the Golden Brewery (later Coors Brewing Company) in Colorado and tapped his first barrel in 1873.