I am CANurrently drinking a Rodenbach Fruitage in a CANned serving size of a whopping 8.5-fl oz (~ 250 ml) that came in a SlimLine CAN! At one point, the SlimLines were thought to be the cylinder of the future, but only SixPoint (& a handful of others) bought into the Red Bull CANcept. 8=( They make for easy storage, given height vs. width/girth, but they just did not catch on. The CANQuest (tm) was disheartened by this turn of events, but forged ahead in the face of all opposition. Lately, we have been faced with a worldwide shortage of aluminum with which to make new CANs, precipitating a greater demand for bauxite ore, which is incredibly tough on the planet, given its mining process. There has also been two (2) disturbing trends - 1) a shift to 16-fl oz pint CANs & a reversion to glass bottles since Al CANs are unavailable. Both strike me as grossly UNSAT! First, who CAN get through CANy quantity of DIPAs & TIPAs in a pint format, CANned or otherwise? It is far too much of a good thing & CAN lead to unwanted drunkenness when a simple partaking was on the menu. SeCANdly, haven't we learned the folly of bottles? There is a reason that The CANQuest (tm) has emerged triumphant. This represents a major step backwards! My soCANlution? Put ALL craft beers in these 8.5-fl oz (~ 250 ml) SlimLine CANs, at least for the foreseeable future. It is a reasonable quantity of beer, even for a Barleywine or an RIS, plus it would be highly transportable as well as taking up much less room on the shelf, allowing for more different beers to be produced & marketed. The CANQuest (tm) has spoken.