Growlers are a beautiful thing.
Side note: If my cousins in England read that sentence they’d giggle like schoolgirls. I learned the hard way that when you’re across the pond “growler” is slang for the lower region lady part that makes a lady, a lady (or a tramp.)
Anyway, the sentiment remains. I love growlers. Look at my key ring and you’ll see that I’m in a growler club that rewards my regular fills. I was pumped when we outfitted tons of Sunoco APlus Stores with growler filling stations (it’s very convenient for me) and I’m building quite the collection of branded brewery growlers (of course my KegWorks Glass Growler is still an old favorite.)
Although those other, older growlers will always have a place in my heart (and my fridge), I’ve officially graduated to a whole new kind of growler. Today we started selling these super sleek, space-age-esque Stainless Steel Growlers and I was the first one in line. My exclusive insider knowledge may or may not have been the reason why.
Actually, it was the sample product that stole my heart. The second it landed on my desk, I knew I needed to have one. Subtle curves, a lustrous shine, and that alluring swing top were all it took. Once I released the cap and heard the resounding melodic pop, I was beyond sold.
Even better, the stainless steel won’t ever corrode, rust, or stain. It’ll also help to keep my beer cold and primed for consumption in a way that glass just can’t.
I have a stainless steel water bottle that I absolutely love and this is like a bigger, classier version. The next time I’m playing my bar league sports or taking a hike, I just might have to fill ‘er up with H2O.
It might be lame but I just got a lot more excited for the party I’m attending this weekend. My growler is sure to be the envy of all the beer geeks. Now I just have to figure out what I’m putting in it…
[techtags:Growlers, Draft Beer, Stainless Steel Growler, Glass Growler, Beer To Go]