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The TapIt Cap: The beer growler's best friend

A project in Denver, CO by Robert Scott

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The TapIt Cap brings beer growlers into the 21st century, keeping beer fresh longer.
Backers: 1588
Average Pledge Per Backer: $58

Funded: $91,759 of $80,000
Dates: Mar 12th -> Apr 11th (30 days)
Project By: Robert Scott
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Latest News

The TapIt Cap Kickstarter Turns Your Beer Growler Into A Keg (VIDEO)

March 28th - via:
If you are lucky, you live near a beer store that fills growlers. The growler, a 64-ounce glass jug, is a perfect way to transport that draft beer taste from tap to home. But what happens if you don't finish all 64 ounces at once? The dreaded fizzling out of carbonation, leaving you with flat, leftover, usually expensive beer. The TapIt Cap just might be the solution. This Kickstarter project not only preserves the integrity of your beer, but also effectively turns your growler into a mini-keg. (Read More)

Drink Tank Growlers

March 23rd - via:
There’s not much room for innovation in the growler market. It’s a jug that holds beer. Simple. Turning one into a mini keg (like The TapIt Cap we recently featured) is the one smart move we could think of to help out the standard growler. Drink Tank Growlers are another solid option if you want to keep the beer in your growler fresher, longer. (Read More)

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Beer-Related Kickstarter Projects Address Life’s Enduring Questions

March 21st - via:
SEATTLE, WA - In the past I’ve done stories about young breweries, or would-be breweries, using Kickstarter to help get their businesses off the ground. The topic spurred a lively debate, so I’ll start out by saying that we all seem to agree that opening a brewery is an expensive proposition and it is probably foolish to think you could fund anything but a small portion of the business plan using Kickstarter. Today I have a couple more Kickstarter projects to tell you about. This time, they don’t involve breweries but they do involve beer. Both of these projects address questions that I have been asked many times. (Read More)

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