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It's not just the young breweries who are cottoning onto the benefits of cans.

The well-established Cornwall brewer St Austell now cans their Korev lager to complement the keg and bottle versions.

The potential of the design is an additional bonus for cans, given the 360-degree flat space to work with.

Camden Town teamed up with the illustrator Mr Bingo for their Hells Lager can; Nick Dwyer’s striking illustrations of skulls, sci-fi and spaceships make Beavertown beers burst from the shelf; Fourpure’s simple, bold colours distinguish their six cans while giving space for more beer information for the drinker; meanwhile Brew Dog, never visually lacking, are plumbing in their own canning line for a few of their core brews (they were previously packed by Thwaites).

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This trend towards tins is coming from American craft breweries, where today around 500 of them – or one-in-six – have their beer in cans.

In 2002, Oskar Blues, based in Longmont, Colorado, was the first craft brewery to do it and many have followed, including some of the better-known brewers like Boston Beer Company, Sierra Nevada, Founders, Flying Dog and Brooklyn.

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