|Gaffel Kolsch Beer Can - 2018 - front|
The front of a Gaffel Kolsch beer can. This beer is produced in Germany and imported into Canada. from the web site: The delicately bitter, pleasant, slightly hopsy taste is characteristic for this traditional product and clearly distinguishes Gaffel Koelsch from all other Koelsch brands.
|Gypsy Tears - Ruby Ale - Beer Can - 2018|
The front of a Gypsy Tears Ruby Ale beer can. This beer is produced by Parallel 49 Brewing Company in Vancouver Canada. This beer considers itself strong at 6%. The name of this beer has subsequently been changed to Ruby Tears.
|Hobgoblin Beer Can - Front - 2018|
A front view a Hobgoblin 4.5% beer can. Brwed by Wychwood Brewery in Witney, Oxfordshire, England. Owned by Refresh UK, a subsidiary of Marston's
|Innis and Gunn - The Original - beer can|
Photo of an Innis and Gunn beer can. This is the original Innis and Gunn beer. The can says that the beer is Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale.
|Lake Effect IPA - beer can - front view|
The front view of beer can for Lake Effect IPA beer, brewed by Great Lakes Brewery. The art on the beer can depicts an old fisherman engulfed in a huge wave. Great Lakes Brewery is located in Toronto Ontario. This can mentions the 30th anniversary of the brewery
|Lake Effect IPA - beer can - rear view|
The front view of beer can for Lake Effect IPA beer, brewed by Great Lakes Brewery. Great Lakes Brewery is located in Toronto Ontario. Pararagraph on back: The weather channel describes Lake Effect snow as a “mass of sufficiently cold air moving over a body of water creating an unstable temperature profile in the atmosphere.” Who cares. This beer, however, has nothing to do with that drivel. It was inspired by a summer spent drinking heaps of IPAs on a stoop on Elmwood Ave. in Buffalo, NY.
|Moosehead Beer Can - Limited Edition 150 Years - front |
This is front of the 473ml Moosehead Limited Edition 150 Years beer can. Released in 2017 to commemorate their 150th anniversary brewing.
|Muskoka Brewery - Legendary Oddity - Beer Can - Back|
Front view of Legendary Oddity beer can. Brewed as a Belgian Style beer by Muskoka Brewery. Produced in 2017. Inscription says: Legends date back to the 1800’s when lumberjacks and fur traders took to the woods and encountered the mysterious culture and wildlife in the Northern region. Today, we echo our ancestors’ quest and have unearthed the spring season’s most distinct offerings. Brewed with a Belgian style in mind, this culmination of unique ingredients rests in our Legendary Oddity brew. We invite you to Release The Legend.
|Muskoka Brewery - Legendary Oddity - Beer Can - Front|
Front view of Legendary Oddity beer can. Brewed as a Belgian Style beer by Muskoka Brewery. Produced in 2017.
|Muskoka Shinnicked Stout - beer can - back - 2018|
The front view of a Shinnicked Stout beer can. Brewed by Muskoka Brewery. Inscription on back of can: Shinnicked is that numbing, gasp-for-breath feeling you get when plunging into a Muskoka lake for a chilly late-night dip. To warm you up afterward we created this rich, velvety stout infused with Muskoka Roastery’s Signature Lumberjack coffee.
|Muskoka Shinnicked Stout - beer can - front - 2018|
The front view of a Shinnicked Stout beer can. Brewed by Muskoka Brewery. Tasting notes are: Velvety smooth with higher carbonation for a lighter mouthfeel. Dark roasted chocolate flavours complement strong coffee notes, present from roasted coffee additions.
|Nightwatcher Oatmeal Stout - beer can - back - 2018|
The rear view of beer can for Nightwatcher Oatmeal Stout beer, brewed by Great Lakes Brewery. Inscription includes: In the cover of darkness, the mysteries of the forest are revealed to the Nightwatcher.
|Nightwatcher Oatmeal Stout - beer can - front - 2018|
The front view of beer can for Nightwatcher Oatmeal Stout beer, brewed by Great Lakes Brewery. The art on the beer can depicts an owl in the wilderness. Great Lakes Brewery is located in Toronto Ontario.
|Rickards Red - Beer Can - Back - 2018|
The back of a Rickard's Red 473ml can. Brewed in Canada by Moslon Brewing.
|Rickards Red - Beer Can - Front - 2018|
A photo of the front of a Rickard's Red beer can. Brewed by Molson's Brewery in Canada.
|Sapporo Premium Beer - Can - Front - 2018|
This is the front view of a Sapporo beer can. In Canada this beer is brewed by Sleeman breweries, which is owned by Sapporo. This can is very plain, silver colour, and shows the standard Sapporo logo.
|Side Launch Beer Coaster - 2017 - Back|
A back of the beer coaster from Side Launch Brewing Company. This 2017 version has a the slogan 'From hard works comes good things'. Pictures are the flavours Pale Ale, Wheat, Dark Lager and Mountain Lager.
|Smithavens Schwarzbier - Beer Can - Back - 2018|
The back of a Smithavens Schwarzbier beer can. Brewed by Smithavens Brewing Company in Peterborough Ontario.