The recent news of Samuel Adams canning their beers (http://www.boston.com/business/inno...finally-can/7or2P9nNby90ONjTgVF9yI/story.html) inspired me to make this thread. I'm not asking this in a, "Do you like bad beer or good beer?" way, because that wouldn't make sense. At all. I'm just wondering, if you could drink something like a Pliny, Sucks, Breakfast Stout, Zombie Dust, Two Hearted, etc. from a can or bottle, which would you want to choose? And no, you can't say "NEITHER. A GLASS." because that's a pretty obvious choice. Personally, I vote can... for many reasons. Firstly, I'm not convinced that the can negatively changes the taste of a beer -- though I've yet to do a side-by-side taste test to verify. If anything, I found that an adjunct like PBR tastes better out of a can, though it may have just been a fresher can than bottle. Secondly, I just feel like it's more comfortable/enjoyable to drink from a can just due to the opening. I prefer the look of bottles for the most part, but I'm not one to drink a beer as a way of making a fashion statement. Lastly, they're more convenient than bottles (assuming the bottles aren't twist caps). They're more compact, easier to open, etc. I'm excited that Oskar Blues is coming to Michigan, and I hope more canned beers are on the way... especially from some Michigan breweries.