The way these breweries print their dates is always subject to change. We have determined these dates from the best of our abilities. Although most will be accurate we cannot guarantee total accuracy. Please let us know if you recognize a change in their dating process so we can update our records.
Karbach: They use a packaging date which is a Julian date on the cans/bottles and has a shelf life of 110 days. On the cans, it`s on the bottom underneath.
Karl Strauss: They use a bottling date which is in the Julian date code and it's on the neck of the bottle. Recommended shelf life is 120 days.
Keegan Ales: They use a bottled on date on their case box.
Kern River: They use a bottling date on their cases only.
KettleHouse: They use a canned on date on their cans and cartons. Spelled out like: nov 06 2010.
Knee Deep: They use a bottling date. Example: 07/30/13.
Kona Brewing: They use a packaging date which is located either on the bottle or on the top of the label. Shelf-life is 180 days. Format is MM/DD/YYYY.
Kuhnhenn: They use a bottling date where only the year is written on the label. Their bottled beers are mostly strong so they can age for a couple of years.