Pressurized Beer Growler


Beer has been available for decades in bottles and cans, which are single-serving sealed containers that keep your beer fresh until you decide to drink them. In an effort to ┬áchange this system which works flawlessly, brewers and drinkers have been putting craft beer in growlers, which are larger tanks that go flat before you can finish the beer inside. To “fix” this problem, you can now buy a pressurized growler, allowing you to pay a hefty price for the privilege of having beer that will probably still go flat.

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