Next up in the Reno Ice Adult League concept is Coors Banquet from B-League. Coors Banquet, like Blue Moon, and Miller Lite, is one of the teams made up of free agents that was sponsored by Revision Brewery. For this concept Coors Banquet play in the Nevada division of B-League.
Coors Banquet Primary Logo
The logos, and branding of Coors Banquet are the same as the beer. I couldn’t find any brand guides or even a logo timeline form Coors Banquet. So for this concept, this logo would have started being used by the team in the 1960’s and used until the 90’s. Then it would have been reintroduced as the teams primary logo in the 2010’s.
Coors Banquet Alternate Logos
Coors Banquet does not have any secondary logos. The first set of alternate logos are an alternate version of the primary logo. The Second set of logos would have been introduced in the 1990’s as the teams new branding. For this concept they never stopped using those logos which is why they are alternates instead of throwbacks. The last set is the Coors rodeo logos.
Coors Banquet Throwback Logos
Coors was founded in 1873. For this concept Coors Banquet has been in the league since the league was founded. The first two logos are AC. That stands for Adolph Coors. Before it was called Coors Banquet it was called Adolph Coors after their founder. For this concept that name was eventually dropped and the team was just known as Coors until the 1960’s when Coors split and became Coors Banquet. The four C logos would have been used when the team was just named Coors.
Coors Banquet Jerseys
The Dark and light jerseys use the same template. The Dark jersey is navy, white and gold. It has a gold Coors wordmark logo on the front. On the right shoulder it has a red alternate banquet logo. The Light jersey is tan, gold and navy. It is designed after the box Coors Banquet comes in. It has the primary logo on the chest with no shoulder logos.
The 3RD jersey is red, gold and white. It has a similar but different template to the Dark and Light jerseys. It has the Banquet alternate logo across the front in white. It has a red alternate logo on the shoulders.
The City jersey is white, navy and red. It is inspired by the Reno Rodeo. Coors is a sponsor of the rodeo. It has an alternate Coors rodeo logo on the front with the other main Coors rodeo logo on the shoulders.
The Retro jersey is navy, white, silver and red. It has the primary logo from the second set of alternate logos on the front. It does not have shoulder logos. For this concept this jersey would have been introduced in the early 2000’s and used until the mid to late 2000’s.
The Surge jersey is gold and white. It has the lion logo on the front.