Most people agree that beer tastes better from a glass than from a can. Why? There are several reasons.
First, let's talk about the beer. Beer is a living thing and needs to be treated with care. The first step in that direction is serving it at the proper temperature, which you can do by using glassware that does not conduct heat or cold as well as metal.
Second, let’s talk about glassware itself. You might think this comes down to taste preference, but it also comes down to what's best for both you and your environment: when you drink from glass instead of plastic (which often contains BPA), you're reducing your exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals found in plastic bottles.
Finally—and this is just my opinion—there are plenty of reasons why I'm so excited about glassware being used for craft beer: Because when breweries use bottles instead of cans or kegs, they can more easily tell us where our beer came from (i.e., where its ingredients were grown). This means we'll have more information available on whether our favorite brew was made locally or halfway across the world!
Glass bottles are a classic way to store and drink beer, but there are also some practical reasons why you might prefer to put your beer in an elegant glass bottle.
Glass is attractive. In addition to being visually pleasing, glass is reusable and recyclable. You can use a glass bottle for drinking or as an ornamental piece that can be displayed on the mantlepiece or hung on the wall. You can even use it as a vase for flowers or plants! If you’re feeling particularly crafty, why not make a lamp out of your empty bottles? It will add flavor (heh heh) to any room while providing light during power outages or late nights at work when everyone else has left.
For many people, drinking beer in a glass bottle is the only way to go. They have their reasons:
In conclusion, you should pack your beer in glass bottles, not cans.