Have you been converted to cans yet?
You should be.
Take Roosters for example.
Their beer has always been very god, very drinkable, but it comes alive in a whole new way when delivered in a little shiny can.
Where Baby-Faced Assassin (6.1%), was a very good IPA, poured form a can it becomes, quite simply, one of the UK’s best India Pale Ales.
Yes, that good.
Big and juicy and fresh, packed with orange marmalade and pine, passion flowers, peaches and sticky toffee, Baby-Faced Assassin tastes so zippy and refreshing that it’s difficult not to glug it down in great big mouthfuls.
Fort Smith (5%) is made crisper and fresher by canning too, as is Yankee (4.3%).
Both these beers are Pale Ales – Fort Smith made with Chinook, Amarillo, Crystal and Citra hops, and Yankee using Cascade – and both have a delicious fruit jelly aroma, lots of squidgy caramel and a good light biscuit backbone.
Fort Smith’s hops are a big bouquet of passion fruit and marigolds, mango and lime zest, and Yankee slaps you around the chops with green herbal leaves, satsumas, hedgerow and grapefruit.
Oh, and the cans look fabulous too.
Beautiful beer, beautifully presented in the freshest way possible.