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| Molson Brewing of Canada was founded by English immigrant, John Moslon, in Montreal in 1786, eight decades before Canada was created as a united country. But, the Molson Canadian brand, the flagship beer, in Canada, of Molson-Coors (the modern company was founded in 2005 by an equal merger of Molson & Coors) was only introduced in 1959. At 5% alcohol, Molson Canadian is a mass-produced adjunct lager, with 148 calories. |
Under the scientific guidance of the master brewers of Molson (and, since the merger, the master brewers of Coors Brewing in Colorado, as the Molson line is commonly brewed in Colorado for USA sales), Canadian enjoys a wide following from consumers who value consistency and a fair price when making beer purchases. Molson Canadian beer has fulfilled these expectations to pinpoint perfection for over five decades. The popularity of the brand has led to a wide expansion of the Molson line, and, today, one will find Canadian Light, Golden (a lager-ale mix), Ice, XXX (a super-premium, high alcohol malt liquor), Brador (a gourmet malt liquor, sold only in Canada), and others. Moslon can be found on draft, in the bottle, and in the can, in various configurations, the most common being a 12-ounce offering.
This writer has sample many of the brands in the Molson line, and I have found that all of them are brewed to a high and consistent standard. A sampling by the reader is strongly encouraged.
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