The Growler To Go


With microbreweries popping up all over the country, the interest in craft brews is at an all-time high.  A great benefit of these local establishments is getting your favorite brew for carryout in a growler (generally a 32 oz. or 64 oz. container).

Growler 2Most breweries offer a glass version growler with their logo.   But glass doesn’t keep the beer cold very long and glass is hard to travel with (and not permitted in many places).   Rising to the call for cold, fresh beer, that you can take with you anywhere, Stanley recently introduced a 32oz and 64oz Classic Vacuum Growler that lets you transport your favorite brew in fully functional and iconic style.

Take control with a rugged handle for easy carry and one-handed pouring. The wide mouth allows for quick filling, sharing, and cleaning. An audible ‘pop’ when you open this bad boy is a sure sign your beer is still carbonated. It isn’t Grandpa’s old vacuum bottle, but he’ll raise his pint in admiration.


The vacuum insulated body and foam insulated lid keeps your beer cold 24 hours, so it’s great for travel, camping, tailgating and fishing. The 18/8 stainless steel liner won’t rust and is naturally BPA-free and dishwasher safe.

The Stanley Classic Vacuum Growler consistently tops out when compared to other insulated growlers for keeping beer cold the longest. Priced at $40 for the 32oz and $50 for the 64oz. grow;er 1  Available at Green Earth Outdoors in New Albany (