North Coast Brewing Co. (NCBC) released its first-ever 19.2-ounce beer cans. When a 12 or 16 ounce isn’t enough, consumers have another choice. Scrimshaw and Old Rasputin now are available in 19.2-ounce cans. NCBC also will continue to offer these beers on draft and in bottles.

“Our brew team continues the tradition of making quality craft beer the way our founder and original brewmaster Mark Ruedrich intended,” said Jennifer Owen, CEO and chief financial officer of NCBC, in a statement. “With the addition of our 19.2 cans, our devoted and new fans alike will be able to hit the trails with a convenient size they can share with a friend or enjoy all by themselves.”

NCBC’s Scrimshaw and Old Rasputin are the North Coast Brewery’s best-selling beers. Scrimshaw and Old Rasputin have been brewed and distributed as North Coast Brewing’s core beer brands for years ― Scrimshaw since 1988 and Old Rasputin since 1995. Although they will soon be available across 47 U.S. states and internationally, the new cans are available now in California and Oregon. NCBC’s website beer locator can be used to find specific locations.

Scrimshaw was the first beer from NCBC to be made available in cans, Old Rasputin followed, and the company plans to release more styles in cans in the future. 

Scrimshaw or as consumers lovingly coined, “Scrim” and Old Rasputin continue to have a cult-like following with consumers, it notes.