Coors Banquet launches Heritage Stubby Bottles Following the launch of the heritage limited-edition cans in summer 2012, Coors Banquet rolled out a new addition to its retro collection this June—a stubby bottle designed in the same post-prohibition style. The shape of the new bottle, as well as the label graphics from 1936, 1940, and 1977, have been created by the long-time MillerCoors design partner Landor Associates. Coors Banquet is one of the oldest authentic American beer brands, introduced in 1873 by the company’s founder Adolph Coors. In 2007, the brand was first to develop innovative cold-activated labels and cans in which the mountains turned blue to show that the beer was cold enough to drink. Wine for Round-Up Consumers These wines have a western flavor to their labels, making them a great display choice during Round-Up. And they’re highly rated and award-winning to boot! Tertulia Cellars~Walla Walla, WA Redd Brand Red Blend, Grenache, Malbec, Syrah, and Tempranillo Columbia Crest~Horse Heaven Hills, WA H-3 Les Chaveux Red Blend, Cabernet, Merlot, Chardonnay, and Pinot Gris Firesteed~Willamette Valley, OR Pinot Noir Trinchero Family Estates~Argentina The Show Malbec Purple Cowboy~Paso Robles, CA Tenacious Red Red Wine and Your Flora by Mike Geary - Certified Nutrition Specialist You’ve probably heard that red wine can be a very healthy drink option, but you most likely only heard about generic benefits of the antioxidants and resveratrol in red wine. But here’s another MAJOR reason below why red wine in moderation (1-2 glasses per day max) can be a super healthy part of your routine. I personally have really grown to enjoy having a glass of red wine with dinner about 4-5 days per week. A study published in the American Journal of [...]
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