The front of the can features Rosie, the smiling Millersburg horse. The back of the can features Rosie's ... well ... backside.
"For a brewery only open for 18 months, this project was a defining moment for us," the brewery said in a news release.
"As we continue to can more Lot 21 Blonde, we look at the possibilities in terms of canning and the opportunities are endless," the brewery said. "Many have asked why cans over bottles. There are several advantages to cans: lighter, less cost, deflects sun to avoid skunking, economically sound to transport. All of these things matter when considering mass distribution of a craft beer. Cans are a staple in the beer industry (often associated with mass produced light beers), and are becoming more common used among smaller craft brewers for economic reasons. Cans enable hand craft beers to be shared nationwide. (Not to mention, our cans are just downright awesome.)"