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Drink a Canned Beer Today!

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by slim2043, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. Derranged

    Derranged Advocate (500) New York Mar 7, 2010

    I recently saw a four pack of Lucifer Tall Boys. I was gonna buy it but I didn't feel like spending $17.99. Although that's probably as cheap as I'll find it considering it was from a Total Wine in Northern NJ.

    How much of a difference would there be between a good Belgian ale in a bottle and in a can?
  2. DaKur

    DaKur Savant (400) Rhode Island Nov 15, 2012

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    Took one for the team yesterday.
  3. rocdoc1

    rocdoc1 Savant (380) New Mexico Jan 13, 2006

    I can break my rules for a significant national hoiday like canned beer Day.
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  4. ncaudle

    ncaudle Advocate (605) Virginia May 28, 2010

    drank a Full Nelson in the city where the first can was sold
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  5. slim2043

    slim2043 Savant (395) Connecticut Jul 23, 2012

    The Purchase is also a fine gesture! lol
  6. slim2043

    slim2043 Savant (395) Connecticut Jul 23, 2012

    Good point. Were cans even safe then?
  7. "Safe"? Well, you wouldn't have wanted to crush one of those early steel/tin cans against your forehead ;) , but the American Can Co. had developed a liner for their beer cans to prevent off-flavors which went by their trademarked "Keglined" terminology. As seen in the ad below, "Keglined" was often emphasized, and was in as large a typeface as the Krueger brand itself. (It was also prominently printed on those early cans, as well).

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    There's a (apocryphal?) story that the American Can Co. salesmen would scrap off the liner and eat it during their sales pitch to dubious brewmasters to show that the lining was safe.
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  8. Maybe I should go pick up a single of Gubna so I can finally review liquid onions.

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