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Brewing Locations

We Stand for Beer

You might know about our Milwaukee and Golden breweries, but did you know MillerCoors brews beer in five other cities, too?  Together they make up our seven major brewing facilities.  

Albany, Georgia

  • Opened 1979
  • As of 2017, 559 employees brew up to 9 million barrels of beer a year
  • What we brew here: Miller Lite, Coors Light, Icehouse, Miller High Life, Redd’s Apple Family, Henry’s Hard Soda, Miller Genuine Draft, Steel Reserve, Keystone, Mickey’s, Milwaukee’s Best and Old English 800.
  • Hasn’t sent garbage to landfill since 2013
  • The Albany Brewery sits on a former Army Air base
Albany, Georgia banner with text "Landfill-free since 2013"

Elkton, Virginia (Shenandoah Valley)

  • Opened 1987
  • As of 2017, 483 employees brew up to 8 million barrels of beer a year
  • Brew MillerCoors 5 biggest brands, making us the Big Brand Brewery in the network: Coors Light, Miller Lite, Blue Moon Belgian White Ale, Miller High Life, and Keystone Light
  • Hasn’t sent garbage to landfill since 2011
  • A $300 million build-out in 2007 made Shenandoah one of the most modern large-scale breweries in North America
Shenandoah Valley banner with text "450 jobs right here"

Fort Worth, Texas

  • Opened 1969
  • As of 2017, 545 employees brew up to 9 million barrels of beer a year
  • What we brew here: Miller Lite, Miller High Life (Light), Miller 64, Miller Genuine Draft, Coors Lights, Lone Star (Light), Pearl Light, Mickey’s, Milwaukee’s Best (Light), Hamm’s, Coors NA, Keystone Light, Old English 800, Old Milwaukee, Stag, Steel Reserve (blackberry, spiked punch, etc.), Fosters, Sparks, Chill, Red Dog, Schlitz, Third Shift, Redd’s Apple Ale (Strawberry, Wicked) Henry’s Hard Soda, Sparkling Water and Fortune. Pabst products are also produced under contract. 
  • Announced in 2016 the brewery went landfill free
  • Fort Worth was first to brew Miller Lite
Fort Worth Banner with text we stand for quality

Golden, Colorado

  • Opened 1873
  • As of 2017, 880 employees brew up to 10 million barrels of beer a year. An additional 600 employees work in the office. We also have a partnership with Ball Corp. to operate an end production plant and the nation’s largest aluminum can manufacturing plant, in Golden (Rocky Mountain Metal Container, 340 employees), and a partnership with Owens-Illinois to make glass bottles in nearby Wheat Ridge (Rocky Mountain Bottle Co., 250 employees). In addition, we cooperate with 150 independent barley growers in the San Luis Valley (1,281 direct and indirect jobs).
  • What we brew here: Blue Moon Belgian White, Colorado Native, Coors Banquet, Coors Light, Extra Gold, George Killian's Irish Red, Hamm's, Ice House, Keystone, Keystone Ice, Miller Genuine Draft, Miller High Life, Miller Lite, Milwaukee's Best, Milwaukee's Best Ice, Milwaukee's Best Light, Steel Reserve and Winterfest
  • The brewery hasn't’t sent garbage to landfill since 2013
  • Golden is the largest brewery site in the country by volume
Golden colorado banner with text: Our barley has roots here too

Irwindale, California

  • Opened 1980
  • As of 2017, 510 employees brew up to 6 million barrels of beer a year
  • What we brew here: Coors Light,Miller Lite, Miller High Life, Miller 64, Miller Genuine Draft, Mickey’s (Ice), Milwaukee’s Best (Ice), Hamm's, Keystone Light, Old English (HG), Steel Reserve, Magnum, Henry’s Blue Boar and Private Reserve. A variety of Pabst products are also produced under contract. 
  • Hasn’t sent garbage to landfill since 2010
  • Irwindale is home to the largest solar panel installation at any U.S. brewery
Irwindale banner with text "our job: creating jobs"

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • Opened 1855
  • As of 2017, nearly 800 employees brew up to 10 million barrels of beer a year. An additional 615 employees work in the office. We also operate nearby 10th Street Brewery, where we brew Leinenkugel’s and other specialty beers, and Watertown Hops Co., a hop processing facility 50 miles west.
  • What we brew here: Miller Lite, Miller High Life, Miller Genuine Draft, Miller64, Leinenkugel’s Shandy varieties, Coors Light, Blue Moon seasonals and Redd's Apple Ale name a few.    
  • The brewery and offices haven’t sent garbage to landfill since 2014
  • The Milwaukee Brewery is committed to achieving the certification of the Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard.
Milwaukee banner with text "we stand for world-class hops"

Trenton, Ohio

  • Opened 1991
  • As of 2017, 515 employees brew up to 11 million barrels of beer a year
  • What we brew here: Miller Lite, Keystone Light, Miller64, Milwaukee’s Best, Miller High Life, Miller Genuine Draft and Third Shift. 
  • Hasn’t sent garbage to landfill since 2009
  • The Trenton Brewery sits on 1,100 acres including 2½ acres of wetlands and more than 30 acres of managed prairie grass. In addition, more than 500 acres are used by local farmers.
Trenton, Ohio banner with text "we fill barrels. Not landfills"