Behold! Brassneck Brewery is Now Stocking its Cooler with Tallboys & Giants

I know it’s only Monday (and thus a long way until Friday), but we’re nevertheless still super excited about Brassneck’s new cans! It’s been a workout of supply and demand since the Main Street brewery started using their single head canner last week. Staff are keeping the cooler well-stocked with all of their current beers on tap. The new cans come in two sizes – a standard 16 oz tallboy and a giant 32 oz “BrassCan” – both of which can be purchased exclusively from the brewery either in singles or as a mix-n-match 16 oz four-pack.

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Brassneck Brewery
The public space at Brassneck, i.e. the Growler Shop & Tasting Room are designed to have you, our customers feel as though you are part of our process. The brew house & cellar wrap around the tasting room & growler shop putting you in the very heart of the Brewery. Visit SCOUT profile.
Neighbourhood: Main Street
2148 Main St. | 604-259-7686 | WEBSITE

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