No glass allowed? No problem. Whether you’re teeing up on the back nine or heading to the park for an impromptu game of soccer, you can still crack open one of these craft brews.
Mammoth Epic IPA
Slide a few cans of Mammoth Brewing’s ridiculously hopped Epic IPA into your golf bag, and enjoy bold, bitter pine and rich, sweet caramel notes.
Good People Brown
This American brown ale fills the mouth with an array of rich malt flavors: Caramel and hints of chocolate sweeten up the toasty bread crust flavors of this lightly bitter brew.
Sun King Sunlight Cream Ale
While some breweries are jumping on board the can wave with modest 12-ouncers, this Indianapolis brewery takes it to another level with tall boys. Sipping on a lightly sweet cream ale never felt so intense.
Tallgrass Halcyon Wheat
Tart wheat blends with spicy pepper and herbal clove to poke the senses awake, while banana notes sweeten the mouth.
Avery White Rascal
Hints of coriander and orange peel spice up this year-round witbier, and since Avery started canning late last year, you can try any of its flagships in aluminum.
Carolina Sky Blue Golden Ale
Yellow beer may not be new to cans, but Carolina Brewery’s kölsch transcends: Enjoy its subtle fruity, grainy malts and light earthy hops.
New Belgium Ranger IPA
One of last year’s hottest new IPAs also got canned, which means you can enjoy the brew’s bold, citrusy hops and engaging bitterness wherever your fat tire bike takes you.
Milwaukee Louie’s Demise
This amber-Scotch ale blend delivers rich, sweet caramel flavors, subtle dark fruit and earthy hops for a canned drinking experience unlike any other.
Sixpoint Righteous Ale
Brooklyn’s Sixpoint began canning this year, and its first offering is a bold introduction to the brewery’s lineup with sweet caramel, spicy rye and earthy hop flavors that storm the taste buds.
This saison-pale ale hybrid blends peppery notes with the floral and juicy apricot flavors of Slovenian hops for a flavorful session beer.