While craft beer in cans has long-passed novelty status, an uphill battle remains to convince consumers of the upsides. When bottled, beer can be more vulnerable to light and air. A badly sealed cap means your beer could taste like cardboard. Direct UV light means your beer may taste like a skunk. Gross.
Cans eliminate light getting to the beer, while providing a much tighter seal than bottle caps. This means you’re getting a live, everchanging product in the best vessel possible.
Oskar Blues has known this for a long time and were the first craft brewery to use such forward-thinking. And because it’s going to be one of the last sunny weekends before the temperatures start dropping, we’re featuring them at a heck of a price.
Dale’s Pale Ale – The flagship beer in a can. Well balanced with floral and citrus notes. An easy drinking Pale.
Mama’s Little Yella Pils – An American-made Pilsner that doesn’t get heavy handed on the hops. Light, easy, and made for drinkin’ without thinkin’.
IPA – Danky dankness from a plethora of New Zealand hops. Juicy and sweet…for those that seek a little more.
Old Chub – Malty, malty, malty. This Scotch Ale has plenty toffee, a bit of chocolate and a hint of smoke. Not to be taken lightly at 8%.