Red Dog Premium Beer , 12 oz, 30 pk.
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Since first catching sight, in the fall of 1994, of the gruff -countenanced, red-hued English bulldog face and accompanying ‘Red Dog’ brand name that identify Red Dog beer, members of Villa Park Orchards Association, located in the city of Orange, have been irked, to put it mildly.
The real Red Dog was an Australian Kelpie, possibly crossed with an Australian Cattle Dog , and is believed to have been born in the town of Paraburdoo, Western Australia in 1971, and died on November 21, 1979, put down by a vet after being poisoned from an unknown source.
Although popular during the mid-to-late 1990s , Red Dog faded into near-obscurity after the turn of the 21st century . Since 2005, it has been returning to stores in a current price segment between Miller High Life and Milwaukee’s Best.
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Chicago-based joint venture MillerCoors has already discontinued its Southpaw Light brand and has eliminated some of the Red Dog brand’s product lines, spokesman Jon Stern told The Business Journal. It will also eliminate its Miller Chill brand introduced in 2007.
This beer is no longer being produced by the brewery .
George Killian’s Irish Red: Premium Lager is a 5.4% abv amber lager brewed by Coors . The brand name was purchased only for sale in the North-American market by Coors from the Pelforth Brewery (Heineken France), who had previously bought it from Lett’s Brewery in Ireland, which had closed in 1956.
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