What is Growler
A growler (/ˈɡraʊlər/) is a glass, ceramic, or stainless steel bottle (or jug) used to transport draft beer in the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, and other countries. They are commonly sold at breweries and brewpubs as a means to sell take-out craft beer. Rarely, beers are bottled in growlers for retail sale. The significant growth of craft breweries and the growing popularity of homebrewing has also led to an emerging market for the sale of collectible growlers. Some U.S. grocery stores, convenience stores, bars, and restaurants have growler filling stations.
Crowlers (Canned Growler) is a more modern and similar concept: a fillable and machine-sealable beer can. The selected beer is poured into the can body and then a pop-top is sealed over it at a canning station. It isn't reusable like a growler bottle but it is easier to transport. The major limitation is that they can only be about a quart (32 oz. [946-ml] or 40 imp oz [1136-ml]) or liter (33.8 oz or 35.2 imp oz) in size.
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