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Beers you want to see in 24 oz cans?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by MightySteede, May 22, 2013.

  1. abkayak

    abkayak Advocate (520) New York Jan 8, 2013 Beer Trader

    yea.. im for this...would have said Ten Fidy but this would be like a diet drink compared to that..so i'd be slimming down
  2. BeerWizard

    BeerWizard Savant (380) Colorado Dec 22, 2012

    I'm waiting for a pentagonal five-pack of 14.4 oz. cans. Now that would really be something to celebrate.
  3. jman005

    jman005 Advocate (565) Kentucky Jan 21, 2013

    The biggest cans I'd like to see are pints. Any great IPA I would enjoy in that format. Specifically Two Hearted and Sucks
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  4. Burkbom23

    Burkbom23 Savant (475) Connecticut Mar 11, 2013 Subscriber

    Westy 12
  5. Hahaha! I'll eat a Fred Flinstone steak with that. Maybe a couple of 64 oz colas and a basket of donuts dudes!
  6. Sucks! F***ing love that beer.
  7. Two Hearted.
  8. draheim

    draheim Poobah (1,120) Washington Sep 18, 2010 Beer Trader

    Anyone who wants to see 24oz cans is terrible at math.
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  9. Please, enlighten us.
  10. draheim

    draheim Poobah (1,120) Washington Sep 18, 2010 Beer Trader

    12 x 2 = 24
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  11. GuzzLah

    GuzzLah Savant (445) Illinois Mar 2, 2013

    32oz. cans make even less sense


  12. I'm still confused as to what point you are making.
  13. Note to Founders: Consider this for the next release of Devil Dancer.
  14. draheim

    draheim Poobah (1,120) Washington Sep 18, 2010 Beer Trader

    Then you are being either facetious or intentionally daft. In either case, there's no point trying to explain my point any further.
  15. I don't think you are making one. A 24oz can is an existing format for beer distribution. What does that have to do with math? I realize that one 24oz can is equal two 2 12oz servings, a more or less standard amount for cans/bottles sold in packs. Do you mean to indicate solely that one 24oz can equals 2 2oz cans in terms of volume? Because that still has nothing to do with being "bad at math".

    I don't mean to be "OMG someone is wrong on the internet guy". I genuinely do not understand.
  16. Anyone that is concerned about calorie count in this argument is fundamentally FLAWED!!! IT'S BEER DAMMIT!!! Calorie-counters brought us the travesty beers like Michelob Ultra, Miller 64 and other unmentionable swill. Have U NO SHAME??!!
  17. draheim

    draheim Poobah (1,120) Washington Sep 18, 2010 Beer Trader

    Basically my point is this. If you want 24oz of beer, drink two 12oz cans. There is literally no advantage to having beer packaged in 24oz cans. Conversely, there is a clear advantage to having beer packaged in 12oz cans—namely, there are plenty of times when many of us don't feel like committing to 24oz of beer.
  18. Ahh,
    Ahh, clarity! I feel you. For me, two beers is sometimes a perfect amount, either as a stand alone or an addendum to a pack.

    I see where you're coming from, though.
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  19. Kreko7

    Kreko7 Savant (325) California Mar 5, 2013

  20. I see your 24 oz cans, craft brewing, and I raise you further:

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  21. Hanzo

    Hanzo Champion (975) Virginia Feb 27, 2012

    But you're not even factoring in the walking to the fridge factor. I mean do you even factor bro?
  22. time4lunch

    time4lunch Aficionado (230) New Hampshire Aug 10, 2012 Beer Trader

    None.. . I prefer 12oz format. I think its the perfect amount before crackin the next cold can of goodness.
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  23. draheim

    draheim Poobah (1,120) Washington Sep 18, 2010 Beer Trader

    That's how I stay so lean and trim.
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  24. The amount of people who "don't want to commit" to small amounts of beer here is astonishing. It's up there with the people who "don't want to get stuck with" the remainder of a six pack. This is the silliness that keeps bombers and other sized containers that keep us paying more around.
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  25. MRAnderson

    MRAnderson Aficionado (185) Indiana Apr 17, 2012

  26. MRAnderson

    MRAnderson Aficionado (185) Indiana Apr 17, 2012

    zombie dust
  27. Vonstein15

    Vonstein15 Savant (330) Ohio Jan 15, 2010

    Based on price?cheers
  28. No need for me, 12 oz is just fine. Keeps its carbonation and stays cool.
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  29. I prefer 3.6 ounce potion vials.
  30. rowingbrewer

    rowingbrewer Advocate (615) Massachusetts May 28, 2010 Beer Trader

  31. Saison Brett or Saint's Devotion or 1809 Berlinner Weisse
  32. gatornation

    gatornation Poobah (1,285) Minnesota Apr 18, 2007 Beer Trader

    Alpine Duet .. heck of of Alpine's Bombers
  33. draheim

    draheim Poobah (1,120) Washington Sep 18, 2010 Beer Trader

    Sorry if I came off as dickish, I just thought the intent of my original statement was pretty obvious.
  34. jRocco2021

    jRocco2021 Savant (460) Wisconsin Mar 13, 2010 Beer Trader

    I saw my dad drink four 8 oz pours of bourbon county on tap in about 2 hours once....
  35. mikecharley

    mikecharley Advocate (555) Pennsylvania Nov 6, 2008 Beer Trader

  36. mnstorm99

    mnstorm99 Advocate (535) Minnesota May 11, 2007

    Nothing...LESS large format packaging, PLEASE!!!
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  37. GetMeAnIPA

    GetMeAnIPA Champion (800) California Mar 28, 2009 Beer Trader

    Pliny the Younger. That way I don't have to wait in ridulous lines for just 8 ounces.
  38. plumcrazyfx

    plumcrazyfx Advocate (520) Minnesota Aug 26, 2010 Beer Trader

    Huna! That would be hilarious, hilariously delicious.
  39. MattyG85

    MattyG85 Champion (945) Minnesota Aug 31, 2010 Subscriber

  40. Anchor Steam.