Churchkey Can Co.

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Not too long ago, mental_floss had an article about bygone items that included a church key. Young commenters were mostly familiar with the item they know as a "bottle opener," but didn't know it was once called a "church key." That term is back now, thanks to the Churchkey Can Company, which brews beer sold in flat-top cans that require a church key to open them. If that's the major selling point, you have to wonder whether it will last past the novelty phase. That will depend on whether the beer is good! Link

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isn't juice still packaged like that? I remember opening giant cans of apple juice like that, and tomato juice as well, when i was a kid, and I'm not that old
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I had a chance to try this about a month ago and for the awesome design and fun gimmick, the beer is absolutely disgusting. What isn't stated above is that the can is made of steel, not the traditional aluminum. Therefore, the beer has an incredibly metallic taste. Not worth your time.
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Ummmmmmm, a "church key" is a can opener not a bottle opener. Granted most church keys have a bottle opener on the opposite end they are usually thought of as can openers. BTW I've had a P-38 on my key ring for ages but that's another matter.
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