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COORS RELEASES RESTATED FINANCIAL INFORMATION

 GOLDEN, Colo., March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Adolph Coors Co. (NASDAQ-NMS: ACCOB) today announced the availability of restated quarterly income statements for fiscal 1992 and 1991. These income statements were restated to reflect as discontinue ?operations the company's technology businesses, which were spun off to the company's shareholders at the end of 1992.
 This historical quarterly financial information reflects results of continuing operations of Adolph Coors Co. as if the spin-off had occurred at the beginning of 1991 and provides a basis for evaluating Coors Brewing Co.'s historical results. Quarterly financial results for 1992 are also restated for the adoption of new accounting regulations related to employee post-retirement benefits (FAS 106) and corporate income taxes (FAS 109).
 Copies of this financial information are available by writing to Coors Investor Relations, Adolph Coors Co., 1819 Denver West Drive, Suite 400, Building 26, Golden, CO. 80401, or calling 303-277-7152.
 Adolph Coors Co. is the holding company for a single subsidiary, Coors Brewing Co. Since 1873, Coors has supplied consumers with fresh, quality malt beverages, brewed with an all-natural process from all- natural ingredients. Coors Brewing Co. is the third-largest brewer in the United States.
 ADOLPH COORS CO. AND SUBSIDIARIES
 Quarterly Financial Information (Unaudited)
 First Second Third Fourth Year
 (In thousands, except per share data)
 1991
 Net sales $287,133 $375,105 $537,857 $329,891 $1,529,986
 Cost of goods
 sold 192,461 244,915 360,689 241,142 1,039,207
 Marketing,
 general and
 administrative 86,570 103,339 144,960 99,272 434,141
 Research and
 project
 development 3,438 3,368 4,919 2,527 14,252
 Asset write-downs --- --- --- 29,599 29,599
 Other (income)
 expense - net 739 849 1,678 1,137 4,403
 Total costs
 and expenses 283,208 352,471 512,246 373,677 1,521,602
 Income (loss)
 before income
 taxes 3,925 22,634 25,611 (43,786) 8,384
 Income tax
 expense (benefit) 300 8,700 3,900 (21,600) (8,700)
 Income (loss) from
 continuing
 operations 3,625 13,934 21,711 (22,186) 17,084
 Net income (loss)
 from discontinued
 operations 2,684 2,139 4,259 (649) 8,433
 Net income (loss) $6,309 $16,073 $25,970 ($22,835) $25,517
 Net income (loss)
 per share of
 common stock:
 Net income (loss)
 from continuing
 operations $0.10 $0.37 $0.58 ($0.59) $0.46
 Net income (loss)
 from discontinued
 operations $0.07 $0.06 $0.11 ($0.02) $0.22
 Net income (loss)
 per share of
 common stock $0.17 $0.43 $0.69 ($0.61) $0.68
 1992
 Net sales $285,840 $408,714 $516,992 $339,242 $1,550,788
 Cost of goods
 sold 189,780 262,212 338,270 245,282 1,035,544
 Marketing,
 general and
 administrative 90,803 116,749 128,884 93,137 429,573
 Research and
 project
 development 3,081 3,060 3,367 2,862 12,370
 Other (income)
 expense - net 2,870 3,955 3,822 4,025 14,672
 Total costs
 and expenses 286,534 385,976 474,343 345,306 1,492,159
 Income (loss)
 before income
 taxes (694) 22,738 42,649 (6,064) 58,629
 Income tax
 expense (benefit) (100) 7,800 17,800 (2,600) 22,900
 Income (loss) from
 continuing
 operations (594) 14,938 24,849 (3,464) 35,729
 Net income (loss)
 from discontinued
 operations (12,101) 3,324 (1,404) (19,234) (29,415)
 Income (loss)
 before cumulative
 effect of change
 in accounting
 pc?iples (12,695) 18,262 23,445 (22,698) 6,314
 Cumulative effect
 of change in
 accounting for
 postretirement
 benefits
 (net) (38,800) --- --- --- (38,800)
 Cumulative effect
 of change in
 accounting for
 income taxes 30,500 --- --- --- 30,500
 Net income
 (loss) ($20,995) $18,262 $23,445 ($22,698) ($1,986)
 Net income (loss)
 per share of
 common stock:
 Net income (loss)
 from continuing
 operations ($0.02) $0.40 $0.66 ($0.09) $0.95
 Net income (loss)
 from discontinued
 operations ($0.32) $0.09 ($0.04) ($0.51) ($0.78)
 Income (loss)
 before cumulative
 effect of change
 in accounting
 principles ($0.34) $0.49 $0.62 ($0.60) $0.17
 Cumulative effect
 of change in
 accounting for
 postretirement
 benefits ($1.03) --- --- --- ($1.03)
 Cumulative effect
 of change in
 accounting for
 income taxes $0.81 --- --- --- $0.81
 Net income (loss)
 per share of
 common stock ($0.56) $0.49 $0.62 ($0.60) ($0.05)
 -0- 3/12/93
 /CONTACT: Dave Dunnewald or Becky Winning of Coors Brewing Co., 303-277-2555 or 800-525-3786/
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