First, gotta say that I NEVER drink from a can! BUT, today there are some very good craft beers that are canned (Heady Topper as previously posted, for starters). There's a brewery in downtown Indy named Sun King that has won around a dozen medals over the last 3 GABFs, and they sell beer only in cans and on draft. And I don't drink from their cans anymore than I drink from a botttle of Stone or Founders - craft beer is for a glass in my world. Dale's Pale Ale is another top notch craft beer in cans. But canning has its advantages for craft breweries - can't be lightstruck, oxidation that can happen in old bottled beer is basically eliminated. Less weight than glass as well, in terms of transportation costs. Poured into a glass, I can't tell the difference. Good 'ol boys drinking BMC from the can set the stigma for everybody.