Um, its miller light. Its for drinking, not tasting...
Miller has come up with another lame marketing tactic using their packaging.
I don't see any actual benefits or differences from punching a hole in the top of an open can. Maybe I'm missing something? The literature states: “In our testing, consumers told us they prefer the Punch Top Can three-to-one over the standard beer can because it’s more like drinking from a pilsner glass."
Really? Is it that difficult to pour into a glass? Half the reason for using the glass is to be able to use your sense of smell to actually taste the beer. I don't see a key hole punch in a can making a difference for a beer that does't offer much in the way of aroma. Anyhow, if this is your cup of tea, enjoy.
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Its for frat guys and your drunk uncle to "shotgun" at the tailgate party. Miller just cant say that in the ads because it promotes alchohol abuse
Self-Shotgunning beer. Hmm.
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Miller high life is delicious. Punch top can = amazing idea.
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What you get isn't always what you see.
When we tailgate, we like to shotgun a couple beers.
This just means the lot-cops can't get mad at us for poking holes in cans with a knife. heheh
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