MiiR Vacuum Insulated Threadless Howler

Jan 27, 2015

Category: Gear

If you’re ready to take your beer connoisseur status to the next level, you’re gonna need a growler. And these aren’t the kind of things you wanna be buying every few months, so investing in a quality container is a paramount goal. The 32 oz. Howler from Seattle-based MiiR could fit the bill nicely.

MiiR growlers feature the company’s double wall vacuum insulation technology which promises to keep your cold liquids cold for more than 24 hours and your hot stuff hot for an even 12. The stainless steel product is also threadless, which MiiR says results in a much better way to close the growler and keep it sealed, preventing leaks and beer residue-related crud from forming. And a nice touch is that the company says each Howler purchase will provide clean water to one person in need. [Purchase]

MiiR Vacuum Insulated Threadless Howler 2

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