Growler Directoy, a part of ALEiance, LLC is a free online listing of Growler filling stations across the nation.  Frequently updated, by either the staff or active users, Growler Directory is the site to find places in your state that will fill 64oz Growlers. This site is free to use for both the person trying to find their next Growler fill as well as those businesses that want to become more recognized as a part of the ever growing Growler craze.

Our team of Craft Beer enthusiasts are always scouting out new places.  Users of the Growler Directory are encouraged to become a member of Growler Scout, an online Craft Beer Growler Community that tracks what businesses with Growler Stations have on tap. Growler Scout offers it's members a local look at the Craft Beer market that is in their area. This includes local Growler filling stations, local Growler tap lists, Craft Beer events and clubs.

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Growler FAQ...

What is a Growler?
Growlers are generally refillable conatiners into which tap beer is poured for home consumption. They are usually 64 oz in size but some businesses will fill 32 oz Growlers. And in some cases they can go much larger.

How long does beer last in a Growler?
If unopened, 7-10 days. Once open, 2 days is the max.

How to clean your Growler?
If recently consumed, use hot water with a little dish soap making sure it is rinsed well. For longer periods, a sanitizer might be necessary before refilling.
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Common Terms
Alcohol By Volume (ABV)
The measure of the amount of space the alcohol in a beer takes up as a percentage of total volume. This is the worldwide standard for measuring the alcohol content in beer.

International Bittering Units (IBUs)
A measure of the bitterness in a beer. The most bitter beers can be over 100 IBUs.

Cask Conditioning
Instead of being filtered and stored in pressurized kegs, cask-conditioned beer is kept in a cask with its yeast and is dispensed using a special pump.