All, for the longest time when canning beers finally started to take hold in the craft world, it seemed as if the bottle vs can debate would never end. Eventually, as we all know, it caught on like gangbusters. Rare are the breweries now who oppose canning it seems, and imo, all the better for it. However I'm increasingly noticing the trend to package beers in the much more ergonomically inclined 16oz "tallboy" or "pounder" can in 4 packs as opposed to a 6 or 12 pack of 12oz cans. Now, I think that's an even better idea, and frankly get a little bummed when I see breweries behind the times in such a perfectly portioned beer package. What's the forum consensus here? Is a 4 pack enough? Do you prefer buying singles if they're a happy medium between a 12oz can and a 22oz bomber? Is there noticeable pricing differences or are breweries still trying to pump out 64oz of beer at 72oz price tags? Do you even care at all? Is the 25.4oz "oil can" the next logical step after this in a world constantly asking for more? Whats up with Founders putting everything in 15 packs now? And why the hell does Ballast Point think they can charge 16 bucks for 6 packs of Sculpin, regardless of packaging?