If you’re lucky enough to live close to a brewery, chances are they sell the beer in growlers. These oversized beer jugs are great – they’re refillable, cheaper, and easier to share although they do pose a problem if you’re traveling by bike. Well, that was until the folks at Growler Cage in Minneapolis, MN started building 64oz growler specific cages one by one.
Keep yourself from going thirsty again after the break.
Each growler cage is built with a steel frame that is shaped perfectly to fit the most common sized growler with a diameter of 4.75-5″. To keep the bottle safe and from rattling around, the frames are covered in individually sewn neoprene covers that are offered in 11 colors, and replaceable if they tear. Holding the cage to the bike is a stainless steel plate with an adjustable slot allowing you to place one growler in a standard frame, or two on a fork as shown above.
Growler Cages retail for $55, with replacement sleeves selling for $7 each.