Molson Coors announces a new non-dairy milk alternative | NBWA: America's Beer and Beverage Distributors

Though non-dairy alternatives like soy milk have been around for some time, the mainstream growth of plant-based eating has also aided a plant-based milk boom. At the junction of these movements is plant-based barley milk. For years, breweries have known about the option of turning their used barley into non-dairy milk. And now, the idea is picking up steam. Last year, Budweiser producer AB InBev discussed the potential of using barley waste to make, among other things, a milk alternative. And now, Coors Light and Miller Lite maker Molson Coors has brought barley milk to market. Golden Wing Barley Milk is "a non-alcohol plant-based milk that will sit in the dairy aisle."