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A SHOTY HISTORY OF THE HIGH LIFE
In the mid-19th century, Frederick Miller decides he wants to live the high life. So he brings his passion and knowledge of brewing to the United States from Germany. He Buys a brewery in Milwaukee and starts brewing using local hops, barley and a unique brewer's yeast he brought when he emigrated from Germany.
1903, Miller High Life hits the shelves and is soon known as the "champagne of bottle beer."
Fast forward to the Age of Prohibition (a very non high life-like era). Miller ceases its beer making and produces a brand of malt syrup. Fortunately, the 18th Amendment is soon repealed and the High Life is back once on again.
In 1971, the world is introduced to "Miller Time" and Miller High Life becomes one of America's best-loved beers. And since then it has ranked in the top 10 beer brands sold nationally and won numerous accolades.