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First look: Stone beers soon to be available in cans

A first look at soon-to-be-canned Stone IPAs.
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Stone_Domestic_CansYou saw it here first: Stone Brewing today announced plans to roll out two of its most popular beers in cans, starting with Stone IPA in a 12-pack of 12-ounce cans beginning in May. The crushable Stone Go To IPA will also come in a six-pack of 16-ounce cans in June. And this is just the beginning:  “Fans may look forward to more canned Stone beers arriving to retail shelves, including a new recipe from our brewery to debut exclusively in cans and on draft later this year,” says Stone brewmaster Mitch Steele.

 

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