Churchkey Beer aims to take the drinking experience back to its authentic roots. Metallic churchkey tools were once once used to crack open vats of paint, beer or nearly anything canister-bound. Aluminum pop cans and twist tops eventually did away with the small bit of effort.
The founders of Churchkey Beer take pride in the elbow grease that was once essential to beer drinking. The idea is to "get inside" the cans with a quick turn of household utensils, connecting drinkers with brews in an old school manner.
Churchkey's time-honored beverages are currently available in Seattle, Portland and San Francisco. Their endorsement by celebrities like Adrien Grenier will surely aid in the company's expansion however, especially to vibrant cities with a passion for microbreweries.
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