Coors Banquet Released in Throwback Cans

Can I call these commemorative cans from yesteryear “throwback” – or does that only apply when we’re talking football jerseys? Either way, according to The Denver Post, Coors Banquet’s cans have a new-old look. The four different designs released Tuesday were created to highlight part of the beer’s history – the eras represented on the new cans span from 1880 to 1959. They’ll be available nationwide through March.

Coors Banquet Throwback Cans

It’s not just the design either; each can also includes a story that highlights the brand’s past. Whether Coors Banquet is your beer or not, 131 years of history is a beautiful thing.

If Coors Banquet is your beer and you’ve got a billiards room or bar, be sure to check out our branded pool cue rack, stained glass Tiffany lamp and pool table light. We’ve got pub tables and bar stools, too. Cheers!

[techtags:COORS BANQUET, THROWBACK CANS]

2 Comments

  • KrampusNFezziwig February 3, 2011 @ 3:48pm

    Krampus says, Peet Corrs is the coldest man in beer. I love watching the co-ed guinea pigs downing can after can of this delicious, effective, and cheap intoxicant. Hurray for Peet Corrs and his fine kraft bier.

    Fezziwig chimes in “I gotta pocket, gotta pocket full of sunshine.” But seriously, without the Coorsmania there may be no craft movement excitement in America today!

  • gerg February 3, 2011 @ 3:52pm

    Crazy drunken piggers…

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