Deschutes Brewery is now canning

Discussion in 'Beer News & Releases' started by drinkin-beeers, Feb 16, 2018.

  1. drinkin-beeers

    drinkin-beeers Disciple (360) Jan 29, 2014 Montana

  2. beertunes

    beertunes Poo-Bah (5,685) Sep 24, 2007 Washington

    I love Deschutes, but, damn, those 19.whatever cans are idiotic. There's a reason the 22oz format is dyeing off, so let's can in a format that's as close to that as we can get.
  3. raynmoon

    raynmoon Crusader (782) Aug 13, 2011 Colorado

    I like bombers. Especially for IPAs or beers that can be consumed by one person for a good price. Better than buying the 6-pack and having the extras. Sometimes you just want a beer or two and don't want to commit on the full package. Lagunitas bombers usually fit this profile well.

    But that's about as far as I go for bombers.
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  4. Hoos78

    Hoos78 Aspirant (219) Mar 3, 2015 Ohio

    Fresh Squeezed will be in 12oz. cans. Those 19.2 oz. cans seem to do well in gas station coolers.
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  5. Hoppedelic

    Hoppedelic Devotee (424) Dec 6, 2010 California
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    I like the 19oz cans and 22oz bombers. Either one is about the perfect amount of beer for one person.
  6. ypsifly

    ypsifly Meyvn (1,032) Sep 22, 2004 Michigan

    I sell a lot of All Day IPA in stove pipes, and nobody seems to have a problem with BA Ten Fiddy in them so the format has it’s place.
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  7. maltmaster420

    maltmaster420 Disciple (310) Aug 17, 2005 Oregon

    Bombers are dying because consumers can do the math and see that 22oz of beer for $5 is a rip off compared to buying the same thing in a 6pk for $10. On the other hand, people can do the math and realize that 2x19.2oz cans (38.4oz) of something All Day IPA for $4 is a steal.
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  8. FBarber

    FBarber Poo-Bah (2,511) Mar 5, 2016 Illinois
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    Fresh squeezed in cans - hello summer on the beach!
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  9. MNAle

    MNAle Meyvn (1,058) Sep 6, 2011 Minnesota

    You just need to say, in your best Dick Van Dyke fake British accent:

    "I'll have a pint!"

    Then it makes sense! :grin:
  10. AWA

    AWA Aspirant (218) Jul 22, 2014 California

    12 oz Fresh Squeezed cans is exciting. It's going to replace canned Sculpin on the boat.
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  11. jonphisher

    jonphisher Initiate (176) Aug 9, 2015 New Jersey

    I love deschutes and I’m hoping when VA brewery opens we will finally see them in NJ.
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  12. pro100

    pro100 Initiate (91) Oct 12, 2014 California

    Forget Mirror Pond and Wonderland. Can Black Butte Porter alongside Freshly Squeezed
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  13. nc41

    nc41 Poo-Bah (1,660) Sep 25, 2008 North Carolina

    A rarity for me here To find it fresh, but in Tacoma I found Fresh Squeezed on tap at a tiny Mexican Resturauant, and that was a really good beer. Those 19.2 oz cans are a joke, much more practical in
    12/16 oz cans. They'll stil be old though by the time they hit my shelf here.
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  14. Bitterbill

    Bitterbill Poo-Bah (6,275) Sep 14, 2002 Wyoming
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    Upslope puts their experimentals in imperial pint cans. I dig that.
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  15. Schempy

    Schempy Initiate (57) Oct 8, 2014 Arizona

    Just saw canned Fresh Squeezed for the first time in the Phx area. Drink by date is 6/1. I understand Deschutes uses 120 days so this was canned around 2/1? Not exactly fresh, but fresher than the bottles I see around here...
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  16. beernuts

    beernuts Disciple (330) Jan 23, 2014 Virginia

    If they're still going with those B.S. "Drink by" dates, I will continue to not buy their beer.
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  17. Kadonny

    Kadonny Meyvn (1,319) Sep 5, 2007 Pennsylvania

    Cans? What’s this world coming to. No one is canning beer. Groundbreaking!