The Beer Can section is a virtual homage to the American beer-can collecting craze of the 1970s. The rise of thousands of microbreweries have made 'dump scouring' or digging for old beer cans in the woods and abandoned campgrounds a thing of the past. The thousands of young men who could pick up a can in any vacant lot when the hobby was at its zenith in the 1970s have grown up - but fortunately may now find hundreds of colorful cans (full of good brew) within mere miles of their homes.
Why Beer Cans?
Beer Cans Are The Most Sustainable Package
Beer cans have zero light penetration
Beer cans chill faster, and are easier to store
Beer cans have a longer shelf life
Beer cans are shatter-proof. They are safer for consumers and are allowed where bottles are not
Beer cans are very lightweight and provide cube efficiency to allow more product to be shipped using less fuel
New beer cans are produced with recycled aluminum, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 95%
Nearly 75% of all aluminum ever produced is still in use today
68% of beer cans are recycled — the highest rate of any beverage container
In addition, beer cans are graphically rich, and pints o' fun!
A gose brewed with cucumber and cantaloupe - unquestionably original.