Using our state-of-the-art MC250 from Wild Goose Engineering in Colorado, we arrive to the brewer’s facility, unload our equipment, and transport everything inside to begin set-up. Fitting in a variety of spaces, from over the trench drain right in fermenter row, to a space cleared out after moving a few pallets of grain, we strive to make our process work for everyone. Once canning has completed, the brewery has all their space right back, aside from a bunch of cases of freshly canned product ready to be enjoyed!
Cans are impenetrable to sunlight, unlike bottles. Sunlight causes a beer to develop that skunky flavor, something you won’t find from one poured from a can!
Cans have a better seal than a bottle, meaning no oxygen gets in and no carbon dioxide gets out. Oxygen gives beer off-flavors, and the loss of carbon dioxide over time can cause a beer to go flat. This superior seal also allows canned beer to stay fresh longer than bottled beer.
Cans are lighter than bottles, making them more environmentally- and economically-friendly to ship.
Cans are shatter-proof, unlike bottles, and this allows them to be enjoyed in many places bottles are outlawed, including tailgates, beaches, parks, concerts and a variety of other outdoor recreation Michigan and Indiana are famous for!
Cans allow for 360 degrees of design, as compared to a bottle which only has several square inches of paper label to brand the beer.
Cans get colder in a fridge or cooler faster than bottles!