Companies | Fat Lizard from Espoo is giving up its “topless” beer cans due to the global aluminum shortage

The brewery’s packaging manufacturer announced in the spring that it would temporarily stop manufacturing “marginal product groups”.

From Espoo The Fat Lizard brewery plans to do away with beer cans whose lids come off when the can is opened from the opening ring on top. The brewery tells about it in its press release published on Monday.

According to the press release, the “topless” cans named by the brewery will be removed from its selection during July, as the company started changing to regular lids at the end of June.

The reason for the change is the global aluminum shortage, which is why the brewery’s packaging manufacturer Crown Holdings announced in the spring that it would temporarily stop manufacturing “marginal product groups”, which include the removable lids used by Fat Lizard.

From Espoo Fat Lizard has been using what they call “unusual” covers since 2017. The cover change will affect both beer cans and non-alcoholic soft drinks at Fat Lizard in the future.

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Fat Lizard Brewing Co. is a brewery located in Espoo that started operations in 2015. The beverage brand also includes the restaurant chain Fat Lizard, founded in 2018, which has locations in Otaniemi, Espoo, central Helsinki and Herttoniemi.

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