Completing its Nitro packaging lineup, Left Hand Brewing Co. is introducing Milk Stout Nitro in cans this year. The release will make the company’s most popular beer more accessible than ever, it says. Left Hand pioneered the way for beer drinkers to enjoy a Nitro draft-like experience at home with the release of Milk Stout Nitro in bottles in 2011, it says. The 16-ounce cans will be available as singles or packaged in four-packs and will be available across the brewery’s 40-state footprint, along with Milk Stout Nitro in bottles, Nitro seasonals and on draft.
Celebrating 222 years of tequila making, Jose Cuervo launched a limited-edition bottle series featuring the artwork of muralist and artist Ricardo Cavolo, who designed the intricate characters that are depicted on each of the four limited-edition bottles in the series. Each image represents a key character or moment in the brand’s history, the company says. Jose Cuervo partnered with Cavolo for his bold and convention-breaking spirit. He visually narrates the history of the brand across the Jose Cuervo Especial Gold and Silver bottles through four vivid illustrations: The Heart of an Industry, The Devil’s Water, A Special Lady and A Music Inspiration. “Jose Cuervo shares the same spirit of intensity that is found in my artwork, so it is a perfect union,” Cavolo said in a statement. “Working on this non-traditional canvas has given me the ability to take my art to people by way of a bottle that people can enjoy long after the tequila has been finished.” The limited-edition bottles are priced at $17.99 and are available nationwide.