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A Delicious Craft Beer Deserves a Glorious Handmade Growler

If you want to drink fresh, limited-release microbrews, then a growler is indispensable. You see, the truly great stuff doesn't come in bottles: You need to go somewhere that has it on tap get them to sell you a hearty pour.

Handmade in Portland, Oregon, this ceramic growler is a heavy-duty container you can use to take home something special.

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And, yeah, it is heavy, but because it's ceramic, it'll keep your beer colder than your ordinary glass growler.

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The growler is available in both 32-ounce and 64-ounce versions from Kauffman Mercantile for $67 and $77 respectively. Get the bigger one, amirite?

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[Kaufmann Mercantile]


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Really cool. I want to go make my own now.

I should note, though, that ceramic is a great insulator. That it will keep your beer cooler for longer also means that it will be harder to cool the contents inside. It's the opposite of an aluminum water bottle. It cools its contents just as quickly as it heats them up.

I've worked with ceramics for a long time and I wonder how they were able to control the size of the opening. Ceramics can be difficult to work with when you're forming something before it's fired due to the shrinkage that comes when you fire the item.

Shrinkage... what a dick.