The Best-Looking Beer Cans Ever

best looking beer cans ever

As more and more craft breweries turn to canning, we figured it was as good a time as any to dig up some of the best-looking beer cans ever. A few are recent but a good amount hit shelves well before the craft boom.



Eastside-Beer

Eastside Beer



Leinenkugels-1979-WNGEA-Can

Leinenkugel’s 1979 WNGEA Cana



Tallgrass-Velvet-Rooster

Tallgrass Velvet Rooster



James-Bond-Special-Blend

James Bond Special Blend



Schells-Beer

Schell’s Beer



21st-Amendment-Marooned-on-Hog-Island

21st Amendment Marooned on Hog Island



BCCA-2nd-Canvention-Commemorative-Can

BCCA 2nd Canvention Commemorative Can



Dubois-Generic-White-Beer-Can

Dubois Generic White Beer Can



Schmidt-Elk-Can

Schmidt Elk Can



John-Huck-Beer

John Huck Beer



Midnight-Sun-Kodiak-Brown-Ale

Midnight Sun Kodiak Brown Ale



Rheingold-Ale

Rheingold Ale



Bulldog-Ale

Bulldog Ale



Duquesne-Can-O-Beer

Duquesne Can-O-Beer



Bomb-Lager

Bomb Lager



Terre-Haute-76-Ale

Terre Haute ’76 Ale



Acme-Beer

Acme Beer



Pistonhead-Kustom-Lager

Pistonhead Kustom Lager

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  • Jeff

    EvilTwin Brewing has a killer can called Hipster Ale. It’s also a damn good pale ale. Check it out. http://www.puromalte.com.br/eloja/product_images/u/084/146006__39419_zoom.jpg

  • N1cod3mus

    mmm jolt cola “thee soft drink of the elite hacker” – Hackers (film)

  • Gabriel Lavallée

    I love vintage and all… But it’s not because something is vintage that it is automatically good looking. And I think we have a wonderful example here that really, not every vintage beer can is good looking.

  • AexanderWeaver

    The white one that just said ‘beer’ is the best of all time.

  • Lauren DePriest

    An old Victoria Bitter can (Australian beer) Their cans are still really pretty but this one fits the mostly ol days theme. Delicious.

  • Tracy Smith

    Love that two of the best looking cans are from Western Pennsylvania breweries: DuBois Brewing which is now defunct and still-brewing Duquesne Brewing. On the Duquesne can, Pittsburgh is spelled without the ‘h’ on the end… it was spelled like that from 1891 -1911. Little piece of useless trivia :)