Molson Coors Debuting Coors Altitude in Canada

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TORONTO, ONMolson Coors Canada has announced that a new beer in the Coors brand portfolio is making its worldwide debut here in Canada this month.

Coors Altitude is a 6.4% abv strong lager brewed with “pale two-row barley malt and a blend of three hops including Hersbrucker Noble Hops, for a delicate, premium character.”

The brewery has provided the following tasting notes for the beer:

A subtle cereal maltiness is evident up front, followed by gentle, fresh fruit and lush flavours. Hop bitterness is very mild and alcoholic notes are understated. It has a smooth, medium body with a moderate level of carbonation. It leaves a soft, verdant aftertaste with hints of apple, pear and banana and a mellow impression of alcohol warming.

Coors Altitude is available in two serving formats – 473 ml widemouth aluminum bottles and 355 ml sleek cans – and is rolling out now to retail stores across the country.

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  1. Been in NB now for a couple of weeks

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  2. It’s a strong beer, like those ones you’ve seen around these days, but it has the comfortable and familiar taste of sweet, skunky corn water that you expect from us at Molson-Coors.

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  3. Terrible beer. I Purchased a 4 pack and will be giving away the two I haven’t drank yet.

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  4. Jim

    What are the other 2 hop types? Why only mention one?

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  5. Awwwh [email protected]!!!
    I’ll drink it

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  6. I have just watched the Coors Altitude video. I see that you are using the word “another” incorrectly by separating “AN’ from “OTHER.”

    I am sure you would wish to make this correction in your ad. It is ONE word “ANOTHER,” that’s all!

    My phone number is 519 254-0100

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  7. good job coors on stealing the Air Canada Altitude name, logo and branding

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  8. Ken

    Saw the ads at St. George Station …So Oppressive and Dark.
    Choose Life!!!!!! Do you want people to buy your product or not!?!?!?

    Is this black beer or yellow?

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