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Miller, Coors to merge

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Gutter, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. Gutter

    Gutter Well-Known Member

    Surprised I have seen this yet, considering the lushes we have on board at this place:

  2. Claws for Concern

    Claws for Concern Active Member

    If they merge, they should be forced to cut back on making and distributing bad beer.
  3. Mystery_Meat

    Mystery_Meat Guest

  4. Claws for Concern

    Claws for Concern Active Member

    Good catch, MM. Imagine how much smarter TV viewers would be too not being exposed to lame commercials by these two.
  5. Gutter

    Gutter Well-Known Member

    That means more room for Frank TV promos.
  6. Inky_Wretch

    Inky_Wretch Well-Known Member

    Can we include A-B in that as well?
  7. Cansportschick

    Cansportschick Active Member

    Does that mean more beer to go around? New beers on the market? I'll be the guinea pig and test their stuff. ;D
  8. Flash

    Flash Guest

    Does two bad beers combine to make one good one?
  9. spinning27

    spinning27 New Member

    For what it's worth, I always thought Coors was much, much less bad than Miller.
  10. Cansportschick

    Cansportschick Active Member

    Maybe they should pool in the money they are spending on the bad beers, and put out a better quality one. And I will still be the guinea pig and sample it. Hey, how do you refuse free beer?
  11. 93Devil

    93Devil Well-Known Member

    Didn't one of these guys just buy Rolling Rock as well?

    Just keep your mits off of Shiner.
  12. OTD

    OTD Well-Known Member

    Anheuser-Busch. And they closed the Latrobe plant and moved production to New Jersey, I think.
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