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can opener that has a triangular pointed end that pierces the tops of cans

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We didn't make these traditions, but we are keeping them alive with Churchkey.
Co-founded by Portland-native Justin Hawkins and actor Adrian Grenier, Churchkey Can Co.
To get the flat top can just right, Churchkey turned to the Ball Corporation, the largest supplier of beer cans in the world and a company that played a key role in the evolution of the beer can.
The recipe for which was originated by Portland-based home brewers Lucas Jones and Sean Burke - who have been crafting home brewed beer in their garages for many years, and are passionate about their beer and the community they cultivate with it - the Churchkey Pilsner is made using only the highest quality ingredients.
Birch &C Barley and ChurchKey share a beer list that includes 50 drafts--priced $5 to $13 for 10-, 12-, 14- and 16-ounce pours--in constant rotation, 500 bottles ($5 to $16) and five cask ales ($6 to $10 for 10-, 12-, 14- and 16-ounce pours).
ChurchKey and Birch & Barley offer four-ounce tastings priced from $6 to$10.
We didn't make these traditions, but are keeping them alive with Churchkey.
Co-founded by Portland-native Justin Hawkins and actor Adrian Grenier, Churchkey Can Company began with a singular focus: produce a great beer in a simple can similar to what generations before had experienced.
Upstairs, ChurchKey blends industrial and Victorian elements.
Birch and Barley and ChurchKey have undoubtedly become the places to enjoy beer inside the Beltway.
We're seeing more mainstream restaurants pairing beer with food, even wine-based restaurants are getting into it," echoes Greg Engert, beer director for ChurchKey and Birch & Barley, a tandem beer bar and beer-centric restaurant in Washington, D.
Walking down 14th Street in the Logan Circle area passersby are intrigued by the line outside Birch & Barley and ChurchKey even on weeknights.
and ChurchKey, the beer bar upstairs, offer monthly five-course beer dinners for $76 plus tax and gratuity.
Neighborhood Restaurant Group, which owns Rustico as well as Tallula, Vermilion, Buzz, The Evening Star Cafe, Planet Wine and Star Catering, has two more restaurants on tap to open this fall, Birch and Barley and ChurchKey, their first spots in the district.