The aluminum beer can made it’s debut in the late 1950’s and was introduced by the Hawaii Brewing Company. Since then, pretty much every brewing company has caught on and started to use them. Coors, Pabst Blue Ribbon and even Budweiser are some of the products that have been packed into this type of can.
Did you know that there have been errors along the way? Upside down labels and the lid missing the pop top are common errors, and I bet that I can produce an error that you have never seen—the label on the inside of the can!
As you can kind of see in the picture is that this is a Pabst Blue Ribbon can. When this can was made, there was a production error that caused the label to be on the inside of the can.
You can also see that there is no damage anywhere to the can, and it can still hold liquid. The crazy thing about this can is that it is the same size and holds the normal 12 ounces.
You can see this can in my Etsy shop here, head on over and check it out.
I have personally never seen an error like this. Have you ever run across one similar?