Craft beer has stepped up their game by making their cans and designs more visually appealing.
Even non-beer lovers will enjoy seeing these in their fridge. From glitter to abstract images, to colorful backgrounds, each of these beer cans has something that makes them stand out.
With several craft breweries up and coming, it makes sense that they are trying to come up with something different to make them better than the next. Some of these craft cans are too pretty to throw away.
This hazy sour IPA is hopped with Citra and mosaic. The can is decked out in holographic sparkles. The Rare Barrel is located in California and solely makes sour beer. The reason why? Because it’s their favorite style of beer.
This imperial IPA is dressed in a hot pink covering with small broccoli florets wrapped around. Some are covered in a golden cheddar to give off the cheddar and broccoli appearance.
The Equinox can has a sunset like feel with its orange, pink, and purple coloring. This double IPA has a huge melon and berry flavor. Commonwealth Brewing Co is located on the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach, where they have a conditioned barrel cellar that houses hundreds of barrels of mixed fermentations.
The small 8 oz. cans are a delightful little lager and available all year round. The Helles style beer was made small to add to the slow-building shirt in the beer industry packaging. They are offering the consumer a smaller can for every scenario in which people want to drink.
Vocation Brewery has some of the coolest packagings. Each wrapped in bright colors, sayings, and little designs, leaves every single one of them unique. The Pure Pilsner is designed with teal and sea form green colors with the Vocation Brewery logo planted right in the middle.