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Pete Coors, chairman of US beer giant Coors Brewing, will appear in court next week after being arrested on a drink driving charge in Colorado. Mr. Coors, 59, will attend a court hearing next Thursday (20 July) after he was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after leaving a friend's wedding reception.


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