Coors

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Coors Brewing Company, or Coors, is now part of the Molson Coors Brewing Company. Coors may also refer to:

Companies[edit]

  • Adolph Coors Company, a former holding company controlled by the heirs of founder Adolph Coors
  • Coors Brewers, the UK arm of the Coors Brewing Company
  • CoorsTek and it precursors Coors Porcelain and Coors Ceramics, a privately owned manufacturer of industrial products
  • MillerCoors, joint venture between SABMiller and Molson Coors Brewing Company

People[edit]

  • Adolph Coors (formerly "Kuhrs") (1847-1929), founded Coors Brewing Company in 1873
  • Adolph Coors II, son of Adolph Coors, second chairman of the Coors Brewing Company
  • Adolph Coors III, grandson of Adolph Coors, was kidnapped and murdered
  • Coors Light Twins, models and actresses
  • Herman Frederik Coors, son of Adolph Coors, founded the H.F. Coors China Company in 1925 and owned the Herman Coors House
  • Joseph Coors, grandson of Adolph Coors
  • Pete Coors, great-grandson of Adolph Coors, chairman of the Molson Coors Brewing Company
  • William Coors, grandson of Adolph Coors, former president and chairman of the Coors Brewing Company

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See also[edit]

  • Lattie F. Coor, former President of Arizona State University and the University of Vermont
  • The Corrs, Irish musical band