We had a great photo shoot and we’ll be rolling out more pictures soon! Here are the first picture that I’ve received from the photographer.
We’ve finally made an instructional video for the GrowlTap. It was a lot of fun and the company that shot it did a fantastic job. However I don’t think they realized that there would be tons of beer to drink or let go to waste. Here’s a picture of me and the camera man Jared….
Here’s some great pictures that were sent to me last week! Taken in Orange Beach Alabama! From left to right: Mark and Brittney Davenport along with Mark’s brother Matt. Mark wanted me to note that yes ladies, Matt is single! Doug Scott and Erwin Boggs enjoying a growler on the Georgian Bay in Canada from, Muskoka Brewery….
You may have noticed that we’re at a new site. The GrowlTap is still the same great beer preservation system, we’ve just got a new name for it! The backorders have been all filled, expect your GrowlTap to arrive in 2-3 days in the U.S.
I just posted a new update to Kickstarter, check it out. -Cheers
*Note* This was posted on April’s Fools Day. Unfortunately helium is not very soluble and the moment you opened your beer it would all be released. Move over Nitrogen, Sam Adams released a new beer today, the HeliYum. HeliYum uses helium instead of Co2 or nitrogen completely changing the mouth feel. Check out the video…
We’ve finally got the new website launched just in time for the Asheville Citizen-Times to write an article about the GrowlTap! I’d like to thank Jared Quintana at Elevation Creation for all of their working getting the page going. Jared, one of our Kickstarter backers, was up very late last night ensuring a smooth transition.
Hello fellow beer drinkers. I had no idea such a product actually existed in real life. I mean I would dream of such crazy ideas after a few beers… but I didn’t think someone went through the process of making such product an actual working dream machine. Wow. A growler keg! My BESTEST friend in…
To start, we are currently still on track with no delays. It was a close call. The CO2 dispensers that we ordered had slight differences on the inside. The majority were too tight to fit our CO2 cartridges. We didn’t think we could drill it out, enter Constant Laubscher of Huddle Stone Woodcraft Inc, in…