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Cask Unveils New Game-Changing Package: The Cag


Cask Unveils New Game-Changing Package: The Cag    

                  
(Calgary, Alberta, Canada) – Cask Brewing Systems -- the company that invented micro-canning equipment for craft brewers -- is announcing another revolutionary package and canning machine for craft brewers.

Cask’s new package –The Cag -- combines the portability, recyclability and freshness-keeping power of the aluminum can with the beer industry’s draft beer mainstay, the stainless steel keg.

“We think The Cag will revolutionize craft beer packaging and the buying and dispensing of beer for parties around the world,” says Cask founder Peter Love.
 

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Each Cag is made of light-gauge aluminum, holds 15.5 US gallons of beer and stands 36 inches tall. “We call it the ‘really, really tallboy,’” says Cask spokesman Marty Jones.

For draft beer lovers, Cask offers a special tap that mounts at the bottom of The Cag.

“With a Cag,” Love says, “consumers no longer need to put down deposits for kegs and taps or have heavy and costly dispensing equipment. And when your Cag is empty you just crush it down and toss it in your pocket or recycling bin.”

Each empty Cag provides about $32 USD in recycling funds.

“In our test trials,” Love adds, "The Cag has also been well received by outdoor-minded beer lovers. They love to ‘Cag it in, Cag it out’ when enjoying beer in the backcountry.”

Cask officials say they hope to have a giant foam “koozie” available for The Cag by June 1.

For more info on The Cag and Cask’s other trailblazing equipment contact Marty Jones at 720-289-9345 or marty@martyjones.com. Or visit www.cask.com .

 





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