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Old 02-16-2006, 03:46 PM   #1
jaymack
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Jan 2005
Oakville, Ontario
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Recently finished this one, "Citizen Coors, An Amercian Dynasty" Very interesting to say the least. It is somewhat dated (2000) but still a fascinating read. I doubt it got much endorsement from the Coors family as there is a lot of "dirt".

For my fellow Canadians, I also just finished "Lager Heads" about the Labatt/Molson rivalry for surpemacy. Very informative.

Cheers

 
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Old 03-09-2006, 08:11 PM   #2
2pugbrews
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Sep 2005
Loveland, CO
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Originally Posted by jaymack
Recently finished this one, "Citizen Coors, An Amercian Dynasty" Very interesting to say the least. It is somewhat dated (2000) but still a fascinating read. I doubt it got much endorsement from the Coors family as there is a lot of "dirt".

For my fellow Canadians, I also just finished "Lager Heads" about the Labatt/Molson rivalry for surpemacy. Very informative.

Cheers
So now its Coors-Molson or Molson-Coors vs Labatt for supremacy.
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