Beers you want to see in 24 oz cans?

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  1. kawilliams81

    kawilliams81 Meyvn (1,248) Feb 27, 2009 Illinois
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    I see no point in 24 oz cans. I think anything over 16 oz is overkill. One of the great things about cans is being able to drink out of then in the warm weather. Who wants to drink the last few ounces of a 70* canned beer?
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  2. beertunes

    beertunes Poo-Bah (5,157) Sep 24, 2007 Washington
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    I want to see al beer available in 21.112oz cans exclusively. It's the coolest new format! All the hip kids are doing it!

    Serious answer, none. 12oz can is perfect.
  3. beertunes

    beertunes Poo-Bah (5,157) Sep 24, 2007 Washington
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    Wouldn't you rather have 66.6oz cans?
  4. MetalMountainMastiff

    MetalMountainMastiff Initiate (0) Oct 1, 2012 California
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    I don't know exactly what cans can do to beers...Stouts seem to fair well in them, specially thick stouts. Or malty IPAs maybe....

    90 min IPA
    Enjoy By (not a malty one I know)
    He'brew Rye
    Older Viscosity...(that would cost a lot) maybe just
    Old Viscosity
    Old Engine Oil
  5. evilcatfish

    evilcatfish Defender (639) May 11, 2012 Missouri
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    I'd like to see some craft brew in 40oz'rs. Seriously
  6. soughtbygod

    soughtbygod Initiate (0) Apr 27, 2011 California
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    sucks it will go great with their 32 oz bottles haha
  7. slangtruth

    slangtruth Initiate (109) Jan 8, 2012 Massachusetts

    666 ml (a hair over a bomber) would work.
  8. Ispeakforthetrees

    Ispeakforthetrees Disciple (369) Apr 2, 2012 Colorado

    Tall Cans of Rumpkin.

    I'd be pretty ready to go after one.
  9. Mikecap

    Mikecap Crusader (762) May 18, 2012 Rhode Island
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    I'm with you on the sleep part
  10. BigBarley

    BigBarley Disciple (373) Aug 5, 2011 Texas

    It helps if you started your beer career slamming cases of Bud Ice and behaving in an asinine fashion.

    Then when you switch to craft beer, you'll have the tolerance of a moron, with the knowledge of an educated beer enthusiast.
    "I know what beers I like and respect them... in COPIOUS QUANTITIES!"
  11. BigBarley

    BigBarley Disciple (373) Aug 5, 2011 Texas

    Here in Texas we'd call him a lucky, lucky man.

    BCBS in Texas this winter, can't WAIT!
  12. Navysqurl

    Navysqurl Initiate (0) Apr 11, 2013 New Jersey

    LOL!! 40ozers. Make sure you leave some in the bottle to pour out on the curb for your Dead Homies...wait...Screw the Homies, that's good beer u r pouring out.
  13. JimKal

    JimKal Zealot (514) Jul 31, 2011 North Carolina

    I think, for me, the 16 oz. can is as large as I want to get. It gives you a nice pour and then a little extra to top off the glass.
  14. sukwonee

    sukwonee Crusader (740) Dec 13, 2011 Washington
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    Beatification in 24 oz can!!

    Sours in big ass can sound awesome to me
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