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Proud to partner with Michigan and Indiana
craft brewers and cider makers.
#TogetherWeCan

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Proud to partner with Michigan and Indiana
craft brewers and cider makers.
#TogetherWeCan

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We're mobile. It's in our name after all. And we have a lot of fun traveling across Michigan and Indiana partnering with some of the best breweries and cider houses in the country to get their products into the hands of more drinkers than ever before. Follow along on our adventures on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

 

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How We Began


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How We Began


We love canning beer and cider!

 

Since our travels began in the hot summer of 2013, we’ve been asked a variety of times why we do what we do. For many, the packaging stage of the overall brewing process is their least favorite. It can be finicky, high-pressure and when done incorrectly, can lead to a lot of hard work literally going down the drain.

So why do we do it? We love canning beer and cider! We love helping individuals we greatly respect get their awesome products out to fans in the most efficient, clean and professional process available. 

We also love meeting new people. We love talking with the creative, hard-working individuals that make up the craft beer and cider world, those who took the chance to chase their dream, be it years ago when few knew the difference between a lager and an ale, to those newcomers who grew up inspired by those early trailblazers.

If we’ve ever been fortunate enough to have met, hopefully it’s obvious that we have a ton of fun doing what we do, but we also take our responsibility very seriously. We’re entrusted with other peoples’ hard work and the faith they show in us to get every last drop possible into cans is something we work extremely hard to live up to.

 
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A Closer Look


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A Closer Look


Andrew McLean

Andrew McLean is a passionate craft beer drinker who was fortunate enough to come to drinking age in an amazing craft beer town like Kalamazoo. A few visits to Bell’s later, and there was no looking back. While staying involved as a freelance writer for Michigan Beer Guide and mittenbrew.com, he had the opportunity to attended a variety of events across Michigan, talking to everyone from seasoned brewmasters to those brand new drinkers of craft beer, and everyone in between. An individual who feels most comfortable surrounded by energetic people, Andrew loves travelling Michigan and Indiana canning some of the best hand-crafted beer and cider available today.


Scott Richards

Scott Richards is a veteran of the beer industry, serving his first hopped beverage at Michigan International Speedway near his hometown of Horton, and progressing to bartending in Mt. Pleasant and Mackinac Island. He then moved west for a six-year stint in the then-rapidly expanding craft brew environs of Colorado, where he managed bars in Vail. His return to Michigan was, admittedly, wine-motivated, as he furthered his knowledge of the grape at several Northern Michigan restaurants, before starting his own deli and pizzeria. Ultimately, food alone could not hold his interest, and he moved on to restaurant management and finally to beer and wine sales throughout seven Northern Michigan counties. His mission across all these settings has been to put the best beer and wine possible into the glass of his customers. When a local brewmaster brought Mobile Canning Systems to his attention, he saw the next stage of the journey to get great craft beer to the masses unfolding.


Chris Hendricks

Chris Hendricks was crazy enough to sign on as a mobile canner in November 2013.  He loves beer - real beer.  And he’s obsessed with placing beer in the only package it should be in.  Chris brings with him a laundry list of skills from his past in agri-business, automotive, real estate and government.  He’s sort of good at fixing things too.  Chris holds degrees in Agri-Business Management and Packaging from Michigan State University.  He’s also a Canadian (real sorry, eh!)

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