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Nutritional Information and Fermentation Sources

Nutritional information and fermentation sources are available for U.S. brands only at this time.

Nutritional Information and Fermentation Sources (U.S. brands only)

At Molson Coors, we put quality and safety above all else. Our beers are regulated by the TTB and every one of our products meets all federal and state regulatory requirements.

We’re proud of the care that goes into the production of all of our beers and have been brewing great-tasting beers with the highest quality ingredients for more than 450 combined years. 

From the purity of the water we use to the highest-quality hops and malted barley, our brewmasters go to great lengths to ensure the quality and consistency of our beers. 

Like many brewers, we use an adjunct to aide in the fermentation process. For example, Miller Lite and Coors Light use corn syrup. Bud Light uses rice. Regardless of what source is used to aide fermentation, rice or corn syrup, it gets consumed by the yeast in the brewing process. So it’s not in the final product. But not a single product here at Molson Coors ever uses high fructose corn syrup, while a number of Anheuser-Busch products do.

We are proud of our products, proud of our ingredients and value transparency, so we are happy to comply with the request for additional information. In 2014, we led all alcohol companies by voluntarily placing a nutritional label on all of our brands.

The main ingredients in our beers are water, barley malt, corn, yeast and hops. Great beer begins with the best water. It’s pure, for sure, but it also has the perfect mineral content for the best lagers and ales.

We go to great lengths to make sure all our ingredients are of the finest quality.

Nutritional information and fermentation sources are available for U.S. brands only at this time.



How to Read Code Dates

To ensure the highest quality product is available to our consumers, we have created an easy-to-read product coding system. Our domestic and import beers all adhere to strict freshness standards. Every bottle, can and keg that we produce or import includes this information so that you can determine when the beer is at its peak freshness. 


Beverages sold in the U.S. market only.