History

Blue Moon labels

This is why Blue Moon looks different

The beer with an orange in it now has an orange on it. For the first time ever, the signature orange garnish appears on the box of Blue Moon Belgian White B...
Pony bottles

4 times a tiny beer is just right

Not all ponies are one trick. A smaller-size beer — also known as a “pony” — has a heckuva lot of uses. Many of our beers have come in a pony size over the years, and Miller High Life has offered the smaller bottles on and off since the 1950s....

Why Keystone Light is looking extra fly

Largemouth bass, meet widemouth can. In 2016 Keystone Light — the beer with the widemouth top — launched a series of limited-edition fishing cans. Sixtee...
Blue Moon orange

Why there’s an orange in your beer

Does the sight of an orange garnish shock you? Uh, no. Good, that means we’ve done our job. Because 20 years ago, bartenders rarely had oranges behin...
Coors Prohibition

What we made when we couldn’t make beer

Let’s raise a glass to malted milk, soda, “near beer” and savvy investing. We wouldn’t be here without them. Because for 13 years beginning in 1920, the U.S. government banned the manufacture and sale of alcohol. At the time, Miller and Coo...
Miller Lite steinie bottle

A short history of the steinie bottle

The beer bottle with the short neck looks like it should have a mustache. The steinie bottle, as it’s called, is manly in the coolest ’70s sort of way. Ma...