When it comes to backyard and college drinking, there’s nothing more iconic than the red Solo cup. [Ed. note: The song is stuck in our head’s now too if it makes you feel any better.] They’re convenient. They’re cheap as hell. They can be recycled. But even with all those benefits, no one likes drinking out of plastic cups. That’s where Ball Corp. and their latest packaging product comes in because they made a Solo-style cup out of aluminum. In addition to obviously targeting consumers that are fans of beer pong while still being concerned with the environment and plastic pollution, Ball also has plans to launch the cups in large sporting venues because they can be customized with logos and graphics. Even if you’re not a fan of drinking games or the infinite recyclability of these cups, it’s just an overall better drinking experience for not that much more money because the cans are slated to cost around $0.25 each.
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