Myth #1 – Cans Affect Flavor
Modern cans are lined with a water-based polymer that keeps the contents from contacting the metal and preserving the brewery fresh taste. Think of it as a mini-keg for the beer. You don’t drink craft beer from the keg, or a bottle; you drink it from a glass.
Think cans ruin the taste? Heather John, writing for Bon Appetite, reports on the benefits of the can in “The Beer Can Revolution,” BonnAppetit.com, Heather John, January, 2010. See the article at http://www.bonappetit.com/magazine/2010/01/the_beer_can_revolution
Myth#2 – Cans must be ordered in huge lots
Because of our supplier agreements, Mobile West Canning can provide cans in lots from a few thousand to a few hundred thousand (or more), and they can be pre-printed, custom labeled, or blanks that you label yourself.
Myth#3 – Good beer does not come in cans
Sierra Nevada. Oskar Blues. Ballast Point. Maui Brewing Co. Avery. Samuel Adams. Caldera Brewing Co. Anderson Valley Brewing Co. 21st Amendment Brewery. Pizza Port Brewing Co. New Belgium Brewing Co. Hangar 24 Craft Brewery. Kona Brewing Co. and growing! See www.craftcans.com for more excellent craft brews in cans.
Maui Brewing Co.’s canned Coconut Porter became the first canned beer winner of The Washington Post’s annual “Beer Madness” competition in 2010. (“Beer Madness, Final Round: Our first canned champ” Washington Post, Greg Kitsock, April 10, 2012. See the article at http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2012-04-10/lifestyle/35453570_1_beer-madness-beer-flows-malts