Let's rank the beer can designs at Vancouver Craft Beer Week opening night

Reporter gets the arts buzz at eclectic Beaumont Studios venue

Art was hanging on the walls and painted on the cans at the opening night of the 10th annual Vancouver Craft Beer Week held Friday at Vancouver’s Beaumont Studios.

Cans were the vessel of choice as VCBW celebrated its aluminum anniversary in the funky non-profit art gallery that includes more than 30 working artist studios as well as gallery spaces and dance halls where the party can get revved up.

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In honour of the artsy vibe, we sent reporter, beer enjoyer and slightly buzzed art critic Andy Prest to compile a ranking of the coolest can designs on offer at the event.

As craft beer brewing has grown and flourished, so too has they eye-catching art many brewers use to help their products leave the liquor store cooler for a private showing in some lucky family’s fridge.

Here, in tweet form, are the results of this very scientific, beer-reviewed study:    

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