Miller Brewing Company featured what bird in its trademark?
Answer: An eagle. Originally established in 1855, Miller Brewing Company survived prohibition by making malt syrup, sodas, and near bears until it could brew its beer again in 1933. Another bump arrived during WWII when the company scaled down its offerings to Miller High Life alone in only 25 states. Demand for Miller High Life increased as the GIs returned from war and it was once again in national demand. Today, Miller Brewing Company is a part of the MolsonCoors Beverage Company.
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