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This handy infographic will give you all of the canned responses you need to overcome any adversary in a debate about everyone’s favourite metal beer vessel!

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anonymous 17.07.2015 @ 2:38am
I am doing a assignment on craft beer could anyone pleasse help me out and give some ideas (;
BrewDog Rich 15.07.2015 @ 2:47pm
Ale Be Honest - Or take your favourite tasting chalice on a little trip to the beach ;)

Nick - Yep, it's just the beer that went into cans has gotten better?

Battlegarden - Love those in Germany (where I've seen them the most), with the telltale scuffmarks around the top and bottom of the outside of the bottles.

G3M|N| - Ok, that's one way in which cans are inferior. Fair enough! :)
Randy 13.07.2015 @ 5:59am
Shared! Love the cans. Great for camping.
Ale Be Honest 12.07.2015 @ 3:09pm
The added mobility to cans does have one draw back, which is neither the beer or can's fault. Going for the convenient drinking straight from the can on the beach, the constant swishing the can up and down, does mean the bottom of the can doesn't taste as good as the top. For best flavour, take a light weight cup and decant.
Violet 12.07.2015 @ 4:57am
Who doesn't l????ve a handy infographic coupled with a tasty vessel?! Throw in some sexy, sleek, AND shiny Jackhammer in a can and you've got the makings of some seriously hopgasmic beer porn. When great & fierce taste is the standard by which you measure, an awesome vessel is like extra maple-ginger-jalapeño icing on your beercake.
Nick West 10.07.2015 @ 9:13pm
Exactly the same arguments appeared on the back of the first beercans back in 1936.
Battlegarden 10.07.2015 @ 2:02pm
While can recycling is easier and more energy efficient than bottle recycling, re-used deposit bottles are the most environmentally friendly packaging for beer. Sadly not an option for export oriented breweries.
John 10.07.2015 @ 1:59pm
Sounds good! What does the inner layer closest to the beer consist of? I guess it is not in direct contact with the aluminum? :-)
G3M|N| 10.07.2015 @ 1:13pm
But I can't reuse a can for my homebrew. I'll stick with bottles.
Fraguk 10.07.2015 @ 12:35pm
Although I'd imagine it's unlikely you'll ever can your stronger dark beers or your limited runs, one question has bugged me for a while.

Can you cellar a canned beer in the same way as you can a bottled beer? Does it improve the cellaring as it is completely airtight or does it not work as well because...... reasons?
Sandra 10.07.2015 @ 11:44am
Never realised there was so much to cans! Nice one BrewDog!
Brian N 10.07.2015 @ 11:42am
Those Jack Hammer cans.... wow!
Can Fan 10.07.2015 @ 11:41am