There is a craft brew that comes in cans that is available in the Cape Cod / Falmouth area, a really fantastic lager. Wish I remembered the brewery - it came in a green can that had an intricate logo on it. I'd buy a case of that in a heartbeat.
EDIT: Found it! Cisco Brewery on Nantucket. I had the Summer Lager. Super good stuff, but hard to get off Cape Cod.
Location: Massive High Fructose Corn Fortress/corn, High Fructose Corn Fortress, IA
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I think there are pros and cons to craft can beer. To me it generally seems to have great head retention/head. Ive had a ton of good craft bottles that had no head/lacing. Not that all of them do and not that it always matters,its just something I notice. Ive had a lot of flatish/metallic cans too.Ive had metallic bottles too,so its not a myth it happens time to time. Last I remember too is that older grain can give that metallic quality to beer.
And also +1 they need to dimm those damn lights in the craft beer section. They also need to learn how to store and handle craft beer better-they are not some cheap cheeze-nips.