Although stainless steel growlers already exist, they are not without their problems. As most come with screw on lids, you may quickly find carbonation escaping from your favorite IPA out the threads over time. The new MiiR Growler uses a unique lid that not only prevents leaks and grime buildup, but also looks classic at the same time.
Many beer and coffee enthusiasts are looking to make the move to stainless steel growlers as the glass containers offered by most breweries or cold brew coffee makers have three main drawbacks. The vessels let light in, which can ruin the taste of your craft brewed beer, the glass can break, making them not so trail or park friendly, and most of all, the glass growlers do nothing to keep your beer or coffee cold.
Enter the insulated stainless steel growler. To combat the carbonation problem with most screw top lids, MiiR created a flip top threadless style lid that eliminates leakage and any possible grime buildup.
The half gallon Growler is the ideal size for filling up with beer, coffee, hot soup, or hot chocolate and heading out for a day of adventure. With MiiR’s double wall vacuum insulation technology, the Growler will keep your cold liquids chilled for 24+ hours and your hot liquids hot for 12 hours.
You can pre-order the MiiR Growler now through November 30th, to be delivered February 2014. Offered in black, blue, and plain stainless steel, the 64 oz. BPA-free insulated growler is being sold at an early bird price of $49. Featuring MiiR’s Hardshell Technology, the colored Growler’s hardshell powder coating process bonds paint to steel to create a hard finish, increasing its durability and making it dishwasher safe.
In keeping with the MiiR company ethos, each Growler purchased provides one person with clean drinking water in underserved countries and comes with a tracking bracelet and printed identification number. Your personal identification number can be entered into the MiiR tracking system online, allowing you to see which project you helped fund, complete with interactive maps, photos and testimonials from the water project site.
All you need now is a Growler City Bike to ride to your local brewery.