Easy to store and serve, as well as easy to carry, canned alcohol is a great option for casual weddings. Especially for large weddings where guests can roam, and at venues where glass containers are a no-go. Get inspired on how to stock your wedding bar, with some of the best canned booze on the market! Featuring everything from craft beer to classic cocktails.

Craft Beer

If you want to serve up alcohol that strays from the norm, craft beer is the way to go. A craft beer wedding bar is a great way to support small businesses, especially if you opt for local brews that boast the unique flavors of your hometown. 

Hazy IPA
Via @sierranevada

Half Acre Daisy Cutter Pale Ale

With a biscuit-y base, Daisy Cutter Pale Ale features fragrances that flit from a Pacific Northwest pine forest to ripe tropical fruit. The strongest flavor is an ever popular tangerine-peel taste that your guests will love. Pack it on ice and serve it up at a sweltering summer wedding to keep guests content.

Westbook Brewing Company Gose

A German beer, this Westbrook Brewing Company Gose is a crowd pleaser. sea salt and coriander is a unique but bright flavor that lend a citrusy, spicy quality. It’s a fun craft beer that is especially enjoyable for warm-weather events.

Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing

Featuring oats and wheat, this popular Hazy IPA is smooth and juicy with a slight bitterness. It has a smooth body and foggy hue, and a blend of six hops, including tropical citra and el dorado. Easy to find, its a classic option that is sure to be a hit year-round.

 

Spiked Seltzer

We never tire of a spiked seltzer, and neither will your wedding guests. Spiked seltzers are especially popular for warm weather events, with fresh and fruits flavors galore. They are must-have for destination and tropical themed weddings alike.

 press seltzer
Via @hmgxo

White Claw

This classic beverage is recognized and beloved by all, with an ever expanding range of fruity flavors. Bright, fresh, and with the most delicious carbonation, we recommend that you double down on your order. Some may call it cheap but we call it giving the people what they want.

Truly

Truly isn’t a far cry from White Claw, except for the unique flavors they boast. For starters, the Lemonade variations are a godsend come summer. And more recently, they introduced an Iced Tea version, featuring strawberry, lemon, raspberry, and peach. This brand is a good bet if you’re hosting a rural wedding down South.

Press

A premium hard seltzer, Press is crafted with all-natural ingredients in a unique blend of fruits and spices for a light, crisp flavor profile. Their bold and unique flavors range from a tantalizing Blood Orange Chili to a smooth Pear Chamomile. Making it a great choice for couples who want to offer the best of seltzers on the market.


Canned Wine

Canned wine is probably the best invention since sliced bread. Usually low-budget, its the perfect way to supply decent wine for your wedding without breaking the bank. These are some of our favorite!

Nomadica Wine
Via @nomadica

Dark Horse 

A Modesto, CA-based brand, Dark Horse makes quality wines. They have a Rose as well, but we recommend going for their Pinot Grigio, with notes of tart apple and juicy citrus. It's a perfectly refreshing, bright and crisp wine white wine.

Nomadica

If you prefer a high quality red blend, look no further than Nomadica. It is a wild and delicious mix of 60% Sangiovese, 20% Grenache, and 20% Zinfandel. Featuring notes of cherry, strawberry, sandalwood, licoric, cranberry and plum. Not to mention the stylish can looks great in photographs!

Underwood Rose

Portland-based Union Wine Company offers drinkable, travel-ready wine that is perfect year-round. While their lineup includes Sparkling Wine and Pino Gris, our favorite has to be Underwood Rose, with notes of berry, citrus, and peach.

 

Canned Cocktails

When you want to serve up a classic cocktail at your wedding, why not do it in a can? You can find next to every popular cocktail in a can, whether it is vodka, gin or tequila-based.

Mango Margarita
Via @cutwaterspirits

The Long Drink Company

In line with the name, you’ll want to take a long drink of these canned cocktails. These refreshing citrus soda with a premium liquor kick are the top selling alcohol in Finland. With different “strengths”, you can pick how you drink tastes, as well as how quickly you start feeling it.

Cutwater Spirits

When you want to offer a large range of cocktails in a can, Cutwater Spirits! Their award-winning portfolio includes a Tequila Margarita, Vodka Mule, Long Island Ice Tea, Gin & Tonic, Mild Bloody Mary, and so much more. The best way to stock your bar is with their variety packs.

Cocktail Squad

For our whiskey and bourbon lovers, rejoice in the Cocktail Squad. All of their classic canned cocktails are delicious, but the real winners are their Bourbon Smash and Whiskey Sour. Featuring handmade bourbon whiskey and pressed fruit, they’re sure to be hit at any wedding that runs into the night

 

Beer

Not everyone is a fan of beer, but for those that are it’s a must-have at your wedding. And with so many different brands and types of beer to choose from, it’s easy to please everyone!

Maduro Beer
Via @nexrog 

Oskar Blues Dale's Pale Ale

Dales’ Pale Ale is brewed with hefty amounts of European malts and four kinds of American hops. It delivers a blast of hop aromas redolent of citrus and spice, which are then complemented by toasty and sweet malts. Think silky, but bitter.

Allagash White

A wheat ale, Allagash White features a refreshing balance of citrus and spice. Coriander and Curaçao orange peel round out the flavor of this hazy Belgian-style, making it a great pairing for those who plan to serve up charcuterie.

Cigar City Brewing Maduro Brown Ale

Keep your guests on their toes with Cigar City Brewing’s Madura Brown Ale. Featuring flaked oats in the malt bill, it has a silky body that meshes well with the roasted, toasted and chocolate components. It’s a unique sweet, caramel and nutty flavor, not for the faint of heart!


Did one of these canned alcoholic beverages tempt your palette? Let us know which of these featured drinks caught your eye, or make a recommendation of your own!

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