Founders Brewing Co.
“It’s been so popular that it was kind of a no brainer to order a second one for our other bar.”
-Melissa Rusche, Taproom General Manager
Speciation Artisan Ales
“I don’t think that they intended on breweries using it to fill 40 or 50,000 cans in a year but the fact that it has easily held up to that use is really remarkable”
– Mitch Ermatinger, Owner
Larry's at The Lawrence House
“It’s so quick to be able to use that I can continue to carry on a conversation with somebody about their drink that I’m canning for them right then.”
-Mike Treffehn, Bar Manager
SL1 Testimonial: Homebrewer Dan Stash
"For somebody that is just doing this as a hobby, this product is super affordable. Once you get a can seamer you can actually pass out beers in cans -- it really makes you feel like a professional brewer."
-Dan Stash, Homebrewer @gingerroadbrewery
“To be honest, State 64 exists because of this seamer.”
Fetch Brewing Co.
“One of the many benefits of having the Oktober Machine is the footprint, it’s very small.”
Shorts Brewing Co.
“This machine is really, really easy to use. It’s quiet, small, fits exactly where we need it to, and it does a great job of sealing the cans.”
“As compared to the Dixie seamer, I like the Oktober seamer a lot better. It’s a lot smaller so it can fit in a lot more places, it’s a lot quieter which is really nice, and cleaner — the Dixie seamer shoots beer everywhere.”
-Zac Zeigler, Pubtender
“We’ve had zero issues with it, no maintenance necessary. We’ve run somewhere close to 10,000 cans through it, and it’s just truckin’ along like the first day we bought it.”
Brewery 4Two4 is a brewery in the north side of Holland, Michigan.
“Super easy…. I mean, it’s two levers.”
Elk Brewing is in the heart of Eastown, in Grand Rapids, Michigan aka “Beer City USA”.