I really enjoyed working for Coors. I was in field sales, so my work life balance was questionable, but that goes along with the territory…literally. In my 4 years there, I had amazing managers and I had really poor managers. It was my first job out of college, and I think if I'd been a little older and more mature I'd have been able to navigate those poor managers better, so that was a learning experience. Now that I've worked for other organizations and can look back over a much longer timespan, I think the company excelled at providing professional development, and at giving employees the little perks - travel, laid back atmosphere, little gifts, entertainment - that make going to work fun. Overall, I would recommend working for the company if its anything like it used to be.