They Brew it, I sell it, You Drink it... and so do I..

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

A Beer In A Can

Are there any benefits or advantages to canning your beer? I guess there could be a few...

Are there any disadvantages to canning your beer? I could probably think up a couple if I tried...

I guess as long as the beer tastes good, you could put anything in a can right?

So how does my favourite beer style hold up in a can?

Well, if you'd given me a glass of this and told me it was bottled, I would of said "ok.."

If you came to me with the same beer and told me it was kegged, I would have said "cool..."

And if someone brought me a glass and told me it was served on cask, I would have said "it's a little lively for cask, but sure..."

It's beer. It tastes great.

Who cares if it comes in a can....


  1. Why pour it (badly) into a fucking glass then?

    1. It's poured perfectly.. You're just doing it wrong!

  2. hey nice post meh, You are one of the best writers I've seen of recent. I love your style of blogging here. this post reminds me of an equally interesting post that I read some time ago on Daniel Uyi's blog: Guest Blogging .
    keep up the good work friend. I will be back to read more of your posts.


  3. Anon - the can is the container, not the drinking vessel. You pour it into a glass so you can smell and taste it properly.

  4. Virtually no chance of a "light-struck" or "skunked" beer with a can. I wrote about this myself a month or so back,