A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE HIGH LIFE
Fredrick Miller understood that common sense says to be proud of your heritage.
So in the mid-19th century, Mr. Miller began living the High Life by bringing his passion for brewing from Germany to Milwaukee. He used local hops and barley, and then added a unique brewer's yeast he picked up in the old country.
Fast forward to 1903 when Miller High Life hits the lips of honest, straight-shooting folks the country over, quickly earning the nickname "the Champagne of Bottle Beer." Hard-working Americans are living the High Life until Prohibition takes away their right to live it in 1920. Enter the 18th Amendment's repeal of "The Noble Experiment." Life is good again. The High Life is back.
1971 marked the arrival of "Miller Time." Since then, Miller High Life has ranked among the top 10 beer brands in this fine country, winning awards and the respect of beer lovers who know quality when they drink it, especially when it's at a price this honest.