Coors Light Is Brewing Beer Made With Hockey Ice The Stanley Cup Final Was Played On

Coors Light Is Brewing Beer Made With Hockey Ice The Stanley Cup Final Was Played On
Coors Light Is Brewing Beer Made With Hockey Ice The Stanley Cup Final Was Played On

Coors Light, in partnership with the Tampa Bay Lightning hockey club, is brewing the first-ever beer made with the actual ice the Stanley Cup Final was played on. They’re calling it Champions Ice.

According to Coors, during the Game 5 final at Amalie Arena, the company “quietly scraped and collected the actual ice from the rink ,” and transported it to their brewery in Golden, Colorado to “craft the game-winning Champions Ice brew.”

Coors says the ice from the arena will be purified using reverse osmosis membrane ultra-filtration technology, a purification process that meets the high Coors Light standards. The ice will then be blended into the limited-edition brew.

Limited-edition Coors Light Champions Ice will be available starting July 12, 2021 at participating Tampa Bay bars, where there will be a limited supply of 32-oz collectable crowlers available as well.

Image – Coors

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