Molson Coors barley harvest underway in Colorado

The Molson Coors barley harvest is underway in Colorado. Here’s The Western Ag Network’s Russell Nemetz with more on how it’s going.

And a little fun fact about the Coors product: barley is what provides the beer a rich, robust flavor and texture, while corn is credited for lending some sweetness and a crisp finish.

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