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Beer cans are an interesting thing. They’re one of the oldest forms of beverage packaging, and they have a lot to tell us about our culture. Whether you like them or not, beer cans have had a big impact on how we drink today. In this blog post, we’ll explore some interesting facts about beer cans that you might not know! -Beer cans were invented in 1935 and first sold to the public in 1936. The modern can design was patented by Ermal Fraze, who designed it like a soup can with an opening on both ends so that beer wouldn’t be exposed to air while being poured out of the container. Before this invention, bottles or glasses had been used for drinking beers more than anything else. In fact, some breweries opted not to use them at all, as they took up too much space! -The very first brewery to offer its product canned was Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company of Newark N.J., makers of Krueger’s Finest Beer since 1858. It has also become one of America’s oldest breweries still operating

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