Customer Service Contact Information For Coors

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  1. Usually your product is great but yesterday i bought an 18 pack and there was a broken bottle that was still sealed shut…i cut my finger on it and am a little frustrated….was wondering what the next step is..

  2. Thank you for marketing the old, short bottles of Coors Banquet.

    I bought what they had on the shelf and will go back for more.

    Now I hope you consider bringing back the old cans that require a can opener.

    I know memories are not reliable but I thought Coors kept

    longer and tasted better before all the varieties of tab opening cans.

    Of course I was a college student then and likely everything tasted better!

    Again, thanks for bringing back the short bottles.

  3. On your kegs of Killians Red beer, there is a date stamped on it. Is that the date of when it was kegged or is that the used best by?

    Also how long can a distributor legally sell a keg after that date?

    And how long is it before the keg beer goes bad? As I understand it, keg beer is not pasteurized so it has a limited shelf life.


  4. i opened a bottle of coors light and when i drank it it tasted salty, i didnt think much of it. i thought maybe it was from my soup tht i had tasted. but come to find out the bottle itself taste salty…i drank half of it before i realized it was the bottle. i hope there wasnt anything wrong with it!

  5. I was drinking a coors light and felt like I swallowed something so I poured out the beer through a filter and I ended up with five plus the one I swallowed little kernels the size of pieces of rice hopefully not dangerous figured it was glue or something





  7. I have a problem with Coors writing “The Silver Bullet” in Spanish on the cans. If they insist on doing that, I want to see it in Swedish, Danish and Norwegian as well. Otherwise knock it off and stop being part of the problem. Assimilate.

  8. I purchased a 30 pack of Coors Light, from a Sami’s liquor in Fullerton Maryland. When I got home the beer tasted funny. A few friends tasted it as well. They said the same thing kidding I said this must be bad. Low and behold the beer expired 8/13/2012. Which is two days away. I took the 28 beers back and wanted to get a new 30 pack. The owner told me beer is good for 30 days after the expiration. He agreed to give me another 30 pack. When I got in the back the other gentleman asked me if I drank coors light before. I stated of course I have even bought 15 thirty packs from the exchange on base, we drink it every weekend. The only ones that they left ( which was only 4 thirty packs) all expired. Even the beer in the other packs of 18 and 6 and 12. I refused to get the coors light of course and had to get another type. I am so upset to think that the distributor’s do not check the dates when they are dropping off more. Maybe have a system that can do that for them. Thank you for listening to my rant. I feel better and of course will be buying more coors light just not from there. I normally buy it on post in aberdeen proving ground.

  9. I purchse your product last night and found some type of plastic or rubber in the beer when I drank it last night. I still have the can and took photos of the can if you need it.

    Please look into this matter. Thank you.

  10. Every year i get beer that taste like crap in Idaho.I call about & get told its the temps. Drive by any store in the summer time & you see 100s of cases out in the sun.Thats called shipped cold????

  11. I just paid $13.91 (including deposit of $1.20) on a twelve pack of Coors from the Amori Market on E. Jefferson Ave. in Detroit.

    That is over one dollar per can. That is outrageous.

  12. Hello, my name is Laurie, I just purchased a 30 pack of coors light from a beer distributor in Norwood, PA 19074. When I got home, i was putting the beer in the refrigerator and nearly cut my finger on a a can that was ripped open on the side, which was inside of the case. The case was not wet so I do not know how this can got cut open. The bottom line is a) i almost cut myself on this can, and b) i was shorted a beer out of this case. I can provide the lot number off of the box and send you a picture of the can.

    I just wanted to bring this to your attention as when I reached in to the box to empty the case, I almost cut myself on the is shredded can!

    The number on the box is: E30020646 27964

  13. so far this winter I’ve had eleven thirty packs of Keystone Light hunting special beer that was flat and/or skunky. They were all dated Jan16.

  14. I live in Raleigh, NC and got 2 rebate booklets at different stores that had 2- $25 rebates & 4-$5 rebates for a total of $70 worth of rebates in each booklet. The offer #s are different and I need to know if I can use all the coupons or only 1 of each. It seems to me that since they all have different offer #s that I can use all of them and would not violate the 1 per household/address policy. Can you help clear this up? Thanks.

  15. Hello just wanted you to know that i’ve been drinking coors original for almost 40 years now , that’s what i

    started on and that’s what i’m gonna finish on. To me there’s no other beer that can compare to coors original.

    after work i can’t wait to open an ice cold can or bottle of coors.I remember back in the 70’s you had 7.oz coors

    cans, I’d like to see those again . we called them 7oz. buddies. I’m a die hard nascar fan sterling marlin was my

    favorite driver in the coors light 40 car. I sure miss seeing that car going around that track. and i once saw a coors original nascar with john wayne on the hood. now that car was really cool looking. I’m having a coors rite now as i’m posting this comment. I was born in colorado left there when i was just a baby always wanted to go back to colorado

    to see what its like but i just never had the chance, been stuck in ca. and i don’t care for it. any way if you have anything i would sure be proud to advertise for you like hat or something. Thanks for reading this and i hope i can go for another 40 years drinking my favorite beer and that’s coors orginal. take care!

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