Officials with the Miller Brewing Company say a proposed merger with Molson Coors will not impact the company's Wisconsin presence.
The two beer makers announced Tuesday that they'll join to form MillerCoors. Miller spokesman Julian Green says the venture will help create a stronger US brewing company by combining the strength of both beer makers.
Green says none of their Breweries will close, including the Milwaukee facility. He says the company has over 152 years as a part of the community and plans to maintain those ties.
However, the future of some jobs may be in question because of the merger doubling up some positions. Also unclear at this point is where the company's corporate headquarters will be located.