October 18, 1990 |
Miller Brewing Co. said it would reopen its Trenton, Ohio, brewery in January, creating an undetermined number of jobs. Construction of the plant was completed in 1984, and it operated at "far less" than capacity for a few months before closing, Miller communications director Steven Forsyth said. The Milwaukee-based company said it was reopening the plant because it needed more brewing capacity. The facility is expected to begin producing Miller Genuine Draft in June or July.