MillerCoors brews great beer. And with great beer, comes great responsibility. Listen to MillerCoors distributors talk about what they’re doing to promote alcohol responsibility and how they’re being environmentally sustainable.


Great beer, great responsibility.

It’s incredibly important that the distributor be involved in the community and the responsibility message.

We just want to make sure that we’re part of the solution and not part of the problem.

And it’s a social and a professional responsibility on our part.

Great beer, great responsibility. A new program supporting alcohol awareness, the environment, and communities. A program brought to life by Miller Coors and its distributor partners.

We need to do what’s right for our community because we need those people to help us survive in business.

Not only has it enabled us to do the right thing from a responsibility standpoint, but with the accounts that we’ve gotten involved, we’ve been able to significantly grow our business.

Respect 21 is a great example of Miller Coors’ efforts to reduce underage consumption through education, training, and awareness.

We even use those driver’s license booklets at our local sheriff’s office. We go to the police department. They ask for those.

Put away your keys and celebrate responsibly.

Miller Coors and its distributors are also at the forefront of the battle against drunk driving, with programs like free rides, 1-800-taxicab, and You Hold the Key.  Never Drive Drunk.

Great beer, great responsibility.

Miller Coors and its distributors are constantly looking for new ways to reduce their environmental impact.

We bring in approximately 3,500 rail cars per year, which is equivalent to 12,000 tractor trailers being off the road.

By using the aluminum wheels and reducing the size of our fuel tanks, all these little things on each truck have been able to reduce our fuel costs by 9 percent.

We constantly look at better ways to be more energy efficient.

Other priorities include packaging, recycling, and reducing Miller Coors’ carbon footprint.

It’s a real statement to the culture of our company to have environmental awareness.

We found that by being green, we can also be green from a profitability standpoint as well.

With great beer comes great responsibility. Miller Coors and its distributors understand this. They know it’s good for their communities, good for the earth, and good for business.

We remember that we’re stewards of the environment, that we’re stewards of these brands, if we’re stewards of the business we run, if we’re stewards of our customer relationships, we’ll know everything we need to know to transfer whatever we’re doing to the next generation.

Great beer.

Great beer.

Great beer, great responsibility.

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