FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

A growler is a jug-style container that is used to hold beer. A growler is air-tight, typically made out of glass, ceramic or stainless steel and allows you to take draft beer from one place to another without a degradation of quality.
A growler fill can last about two days after opening.  Unopened and stored in a cold, dark spot a growler can last up to two weeks.  But in reality you’d want to drink a growler with in 24 hours.  The longer it’s in touch with Oxygen, the flatter the beer becomes.  A 64oz growler is great to share.  While a 32oz is perfect for a solo mission.
You sure can.  You can enjoy a pint while you make your growler fill decision or you can get a taster flight to help you out with your decision.
Growlers allow you to enjoy keg-fresh beer.  Sixfour Growlers also supports local breweries allowing us to provides beers that you can’t find in bottles or cans.
IBU is an abbreviation for the International Bitterness Units scale, a gauge of beer’s bitterness. What IBUs measure are the parts per million of isohumulone found in a beer. Isohumulone is the acid found in hops that gives beer its bitter bite.
Alcohol by volume (abbreviated as ABV, abv, or alc/vol) is a standard measure of how much alcohol (ethanol) is contained in a given volume of an alcoholic beverage (expressed as a volume percent).