MiiR Insulated Beer Growler

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food, Gear

The folks at MiiR may have created the absolute best possible way to transport your favorite local beer from the brewery to your home, all while giving back to these in need at the same time.

Sure the MiiR Growler is the world’s first ever insulated, threadless beer growler, constructed from a BPA-free premium stainless steel, but it’s the also the growler that gives back. For every MiiR Growler purchased, the brand will provide clean drinking water for a person in need for an entire year. MiiR will set you up with a tracking bracelet, notifying you of the specific project your contributions funded within 6 to 18 months. Let’s not forget this thing is completely vacuum insulated, guaranteed not to leak like other stainless steel beer growlers on the market, and will keep your 64 ounce craft brew cold for up  to 24 hours. It also comes in several different colors wrapped in a bomb proof powder coat. [Purchase]

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