The Washington Post has a feature story highlighting the ever-growing trend of craft brewers putting their beer in cans. The article contains this interesting tidbit about Samuel Adams, which as a brewery in Cincinnati: "Even Boston Beer, maker of Samuel Adams, is working with several manufacturers to develop cans for its products, according to its president, Jim Koch, who used to be firmly in the anti-can camp. `There will come a day,' he says, `when I will feel comfortable putting Sam Adams in a can.' " The can trend itself isn't that new, considering I wrote about it more than two years ago for the Akron Beacon Journal. Sadly, no Ohio craft breweries are yet canning, as plans by a couple of them never came to fruition. Anheuser-Busch InBev in Columbus and MillerCoors in Trenton obviously do. To read the full Washington Post story, click here.