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Why Can?

Why Can?

Recently, the beer community has begun to see more and more of its beers, including certain top-tier selections, find their way into cans vs. bottles.  Why could this be?  Aren’t cans what you find macro selections like Budweiser, or the storied Natty Daddy in? We’re certainly not the first to mention it, but canning beer definitely has its advantages vs. bottling, which include: They recycle more efficiently. They block sunlight and oxygen better than glass, preserving your beer. They’re … Read entire article »

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Oskar Blues Brewing’s Deviant Dale’s IPA

Oskar Blues Brewing’s Deviant Dale’s IPA

Almost everyone (at least that I know) is familiar with Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale; it is claimed as the first microbrew to be canned, as opposed to bottled/kegged/casked/squirreled. You get my point. This made it ideal for many places where glass isn’t allowed, like beaches, hiking, and music venues; this is reflected by the motto “Pack it in, Pack it out,” printed on their cans, referencing leaving as little impact on the nature you explore … Read entire article »

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