From the Archives: "Boycott Coors Beer" protest comic book from 1977

Coors has been a prominent name in Denver since the brewery was founded in the late 1800s, and that history has not been without controversy. A succession of Coors chairmen made no bones about their conservative political leanings, particularly back in the '70s, when a brewery workers' union strike inspired a boycott.

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