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Who owns CARLING BEER?

CARLING BEER is owned by

MOLSON COORS

Outside of the United States

and

PABST BREWING CO

Inside of the United States

CARLING BEER
First Brewed

1840

Origin

Ontario, Canada

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Carling was created in 1840 by Thomas Carling in London, Ontario, Canada. They merged with the Brewing Corporation of Ontario in 1930, and in 1934 sold the rights to produce Carling in the United States to Peerless Motor Company, which became Carling Inc. (Cleveland). In 1937 the Canadian company renamed to Canadian Breweries Limited, and then again to Carling O’Keefe in 1973. In 1979, the American corporation was sold to G. Heilemen Brewing Company. In 1989, Carling O’Keefe was purchased by Molson. In 1996, Heileman sold off all of its brand rights, including the rights to Carling in the United States, to Stroh, which held it for three years until it was sold again to Pabst Brewing. In 2005, Molson merged with Coors to become Molson Coors, who retains the rights to Carling outside fo the United States.

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