Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Beer!

I totally forgot about my Lazy Sunday Poll!!  I need to bring it back.

Over the weekend we started discussing a classic debate...


Bottled beer or canned beer?



Now, I have always preferred canned beer and I will tell you why (I can feel some of you rolling your eyes at me).  Canned beer has the ability to get colder than bottled beer.  I think aluminum is a better conductor than glass.  I love the aluminum bottles too!  However, the plastic bottles?  Don't even try it.  Those are straight terrible.

Bottled beer people think the canned beer people are simply white trash.  They claim that the bottle is superior in taste and it is easier to hold.   They are elitist beer drinkers and less able to go with the flow at parties in my opinion.

Personally, I dig the cans.  Plus, you can shotgun cans and you never know when you gotta get a party started.  Am I right?  Am I right?

What do you prefer?

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I also prefer cans. they allow me to perform my best, and pretty much only frat guy party trick. The can on the head smash. Bottles are nice for bars, but cans are better for parties.
D.T.

Erika Jean said...

I prefer bottles, but who cares it's not like I give a shit after a few!

Ky • twopretzels.com said...

Canned beer.

I also prefer canned soft drink. Hate bottles. Boo.

Anonymous said...

Cans all the way.

Unco C

B. said...

I am a canned beer fan myself. They take up less room in the case, you can stack them in the fridge, when you are done with them you can smash them in the recycling can. The taste difference I am pretty sure is just an excuse the elitists use, as long as they are both relatively fresh they taste the same. Maybe older cans used to mess up the flavor, but I think the current cans have the most minimal of differences from bottles.
I will also drink the draft at the bars, it is usually the best price. I don't believe that draft gives headaches or hangovers as some claim. If I get some ailment it is quantity not the delivery system.