Summer looms cold for Coors. While the company's newest technology is a decidedly consumer-use cooling method, Process Cooling magazine figures it's fun enough to write up for its readers.
The "World's Most Refreshing Beer" continues to out-cold itself, says
Chicago's MillerCoors about its Coors Light, whose packaging now has a design that
tells you when your beer reaches the "peak of refreshment."
As part of its upcoming Super Cold Summer campaign, the brand is debuting
the latest in cold-activated technology - two-stage activation bottles and
cans, which make it easy to tell when your Coors Light goes from plain cold to
Coors says that studies indicate more than 70 percent of legal-drinking-age
men have put their beer in the freezer to achieve the desired level of cold.
The trick is knowing when to take the beer out. Now on Coors Light bottles and
cans, the iconic mountains still turn blue when the beer is cold, but a new
cold indicator bar also will turn blue at the same time. Then, when the beer temperature
is at its peak refreshment temperature, a second indicator bar called
"super cold" turns blue.
The brand is amping up its advertising support by rolling out 11 new television
spots touting the two-stage process and holding contests.
For more information on the Coors Light Super Cold Summer, go to www.facebook.com/coorslight.
Beer Drinkers Benefit from 2-Stage Cold Activation
July 1, 2011