We are pleased to offer draft beer to go in growlers at Pinocchio's. A growler is a jug or similar container filled by a bar
or brewery with fresh draft beer. They are usually made of glass, but stainless steel and ceramic growlers are also
common. Using a clear glass growler can expose the beer to light and may result in “skunking”. At Pinocchio's, all of our
growlers are either stainless steel or brown glass to ensure the protection of your draft beer.
Our 64 oz screw top glass growler is a classic. The original growler at Pinocchio's has been keeping our draft beer fresh for home consumption since 2010.
This two liter cylindroconical wonder is tall, sturdy, and has a porcelain swing top lid.
Our top of the line 2 liter draft beer container is durable and stylish, precision threaded for its
FreshCap™ lid, and comes with a BräulerSkin™ insulated cover. It comes with a handy strap for your carrying convenience.
This two liter heavy duty bruiser is constructed from brown glass and features a porcelain swing top and aluminum alloy handle. Prost!
The newest growler style available at Pinocchio's features a unique two liter glass shape with a narrow neck and a porcelain lid. Grumble Grumble!
Holding 32oz, the "Grenade" is our smallest option for those occasions when just a couple of great draft beers is all you'll need.
Can of Steel
Made of stainless steel and featuring a swing top lid, this futuristic-looking two liter growler is light, sleek, and perfect for draft beer lovers who are on the go.
The best way to care for your growler of fresh draft beer starts with keeping it cold. Storage at higher temperatures will
accelerate the oxidization process and compromise the quality of the beer. Once the growler has been opened for
consumption, we recommend finishing it within 24 to 48 hours due to carbonation loss and excessive exposure to
oxygen. Once emptied, rinse the growler with hot water and allow it to dry uncapped.
The term growler originated over 100 years ago, referring to the covered pails full of beer that children would bring home
to their parents at dinnertime, or that "Bucket Boys" would fetch for workmen. The modern day glass growler was
revived in 1989 at the Otto Brothers Brewery (now Grand Teton Brewing Company), and has been a favorite container
for craft beer consumers ever since.