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The Bräuler Reinvents The Growler

It’s always interesting to see a company rethink a product that has been the same for as long as anyone can remember, which is why I was intrigued by The Bräuler from The Zythos Project.

The Brauler

According to them, the Bräuler is the world’s first tough-as-nails, customizable, lifetime-guaranteed, stainless steel modular growler system for breweries, brewpubs, beer bars, home brewers, home consumers, and grocery retailers.

Brauler Caps

Compared to standard glass growlers, The Bräuler is:

Superior to glass

  • Durable and safe: Food grade steel won’t shatter, chip, or crack
  • Lighter weight for shipping and owner transport

Better for Your Beer

  • Wide (1.75”) mouth easy to fill and clean
  • 100% light-proof; deep-thread cap holds carbonation and freshness longer
  • Unique machined exterior collar receives multiple accessories, including basic cap, handle, bail top, and a CO2-chargeable draft cap system

More Sustainable

  • 100% recyclable as a desirable metal
  • No loss due to breakage. Life cycle is longer than glass
  • Cools faster, cutting energy use

More Innovative

  • Low-cost, interchangeable cap system facilitates counter-pressure filling, pressurized dispense through a tap-cap, customizable on-demand brewery labeling, and grocery store readiness
  • Perfect for car camping and backpacking. Carabiner ready!

More Affordable

  • Cost is competitive with traditional German growlers and Kleen Kanteen
  • If you manage to break The Bräuler, they’ll replace it at no charge

Customizable

  • Owners may upload laser-etched or ink-jet designs onto cap or sides
  • The BräuMaster Series features special finishes and handle treatments
  • QR-coded cap labels link owners with smartphones to brewery sites online and into social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and The Zythos Society
  • Interchangeable, label-ready cap discs are made of customizable, removable, collectible, Forest Stewardship Council-approved wood veneer

For more information about The Bräuler, and to get your name on the waiting list, visit The Zythos Project