Blue Moon in cans.

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brewit2it

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How is a can greener? Seems to me that cans are one use only, and as far as I know some of the major breweries still reuse their glass. Is this false?

And BTW, (B)udweiser(M)iller(C)oors
I thought it was "(B)rewed for (M)ass (C)onsumption"

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Kirch3333

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Sorry to bump this thread but I live in Florida and you can find a variety of beers in cans that aren't available elsewhere because most (if not all) beaches prohibit any glass containers for safety reasons. I doubt it's because aluminum cans are greener.
 
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