How ManCan Came to Be
After much trial and error, Kevin Lehman, President, CEO and inventor of ManCan, finally landed on a design that resembled the type of beer packaging he wanted to replicate — a keg. The keg-style growler took off and people were amazed at how perfect it was for replacing traditional glass growlers, bottles and cans. The product became so popular in Kevin’s inner circle that he decided to build a business around it, and thus ManCan was born.
Use our interactive map to find breweries across the United States and retailers where you can buy ManCan. Many breweries fill ManCan (just like a glass growler), but please call first to check, as they may not!
There are advantages to being single. Single-walled that is.
ManCan is a one gallon, stainless-steel keg style growler that is single wall insulated, not double wall insulated, for a reason. Well, many reasons actually.
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“This portable keg—with the help of separate CO2 cartridges and tap ($125)—keeps eight pints of your favorite microbrew cold and bubbly for up to a month. As for the stainless-steel body, it will withstand drops, plus any damage your drunken friends inflict.” – Outside Magazine, 2018 Winter Buyer’s Guide
“Growlers, even the double-walled insulated ones, have their limits when it comes to keeping beer carbonated. That's why we like ManCan. Think of it as the love child between a keg and growler. It uses C02 to keep beer bubbly, but it comes in two packable sizes—either 64 or 128 ounces.” – Outside Magazine, 2016 Feature