Bring your old PakTech can holders to Indeed and get $2 off any beer, any time.
While both taprooms are collecting and recycling PakTechs, the discount on beer was discontinued in 2020.
Back in August 2019, we found out that PakTech—those bright orange toppers that hold our six- and four-packs together—was not compatible with residential recycling centers and programs across Minnesota.
We decided that we wanted to not only find a way to recycle them responsibly, but also educate craft beer drinkers, so we offered you discounts and free beers in exchange for your discarded PakTech. We partnered with a facility that would properly recycle PakTech and other craft breweries followed suit in the mission to keep the packaging truly sustainable.
We have collected more than 1,300 PakTech holders and in return given away more than 850 free beers since then.
You showed us that you care about sustainability (and free beer), making this program wildly successful. So successful, in fact, that it’s time to scale it back a bit. We will still be offering $2 off all beers (even during Happy Hour) when you bring in three or more PakTech holders (from both Indeed and non-Indeed packs).
The Milwaukee taproom will still be offering one free pint (excluding specialty pours) for 4 or more PakTechs, or $2 off any beer with 1-3 PakTechs.
You walk into your favorite local liquor store and are overwhelmed by a zoo of craft beer and then, you spot it. A sea of Indeed’s bright orange can toppers keeping your Day Tripper, Flavorwave, and Mexican Honey Light 6-packs safe and secure. But what are these sturdy tops that hold them together? These are known as PakTech handles. These handles are created from post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic such as milk jugs and other similar containers. Not only are these handles bright, colorful, easy to use—and reuse—but they’re produced with the environment in mind.