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Oskar Blues Celebrates 15 years of Dale’s Pale Ale with New 16 oz. Draft Cans

In celebration of 15 years of the ORIGINAL craft beer in a can, Oskar Blues has launched new 16oz. Dale’s Pale Ale Draft Cans exclusively to bars and restaurants – an homage to their core belief that a keg is a can, is a keg, is a can, is a keg.  Oskar Blues collaborated with avant-garde illustrator McBess to create a series of three limited-release cans that embody a shared enthusiasm for the outdoors, music and craft beer.

When all three cans are aligned side by side, they create a single larger image that depicts Oskar Blues’ unlikely and irreverent journey from mountain town brewpub to craft beer pioneer. The series starts where it all began, Lyons, Colorado, including a depiction of the original can of Dale’s Pale Ale, it then progresses to the mountain bike haven of Western North Carolina, and onto the live music capital of the world in Austin, Texas.

Crack a can and dig in. The McBess series cranks up a canned craft beer session with a grip of illustrations to stare at while you enjoy Dale’s Pale Ale and everything it stands for.

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