Coming to Chicago this summer, Chicagwa is the new canned tap water that’s hitting the markets. The limited-edition line is from the city of Chicago itself.
Canned by a local brewery, the new campaign is set to showcase the quality of Chicago’s drinking water, as well as the city’s “rich history” in connection to Lake Michigan. Available in six designs all helmed by local artists, the cans will be available at a select few markets, taps throughout the city and summer events, too. Find cans at Real Good Co, J.P. Graziano Grocery, Manny’s Cafeteria and Delicatessen, and more.
One design features a hotdog sitting on a boat, while others depict the Chicago Water Tower, North Ave. Beach, art deco architecture, and many other iconic Chicago scapes.
The Chicagwa brand was created by Quality Meats, bottled by Great Central Brewing Company, while the logo design is from Benjamn Marasco.
Learn more about Chicago’s water management system here. PS: Go to your local alderman for a free Chicagwa sticker
[Featured photo from drinkchicagwa.com]