Trillium Brewing Moving Hop Forward Beers To 16oz Cans

28 June 2016

Here’s an Instagram photo coming from Trillium Brewing showing off their new packaging.  This from Trillium:

You guys like cans.
A lot.
So starting tomorrow...we're pumped to announce we're changing the packaging format for all of our hop forward beers from 750ml/25.4oz bottles into 16oz cans!
First up is a 70bbl batch of Fort Point Pale Ale at $15/ 4 pack. We're shooting for 550 cases, limit 1 case per person, w two more canning runs planned this week. Batch sizes and case counts will go up as we get our legs under us.
Cans will be available at both breweries, but please note we won't be able to split the cases evenly on the same day as packaging for logistical reasons (so fewer cases available in Boston vs Canton on day of packaging). Thanks on behalf of the whole trillium team for your support to help us achieve this incredible milestone. Can't wait to crack open the first FPPA can tomorrow!

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