What do you call 30 cans of beer?

Answered by Stephen Mosley

When it comes to purchasing beer in larger quantities, there are different names used to describe the packaging. For instance, a 24-can box of beer is commonly referred to as a “carton.” It is a convenient option for those who want to stock up on their favorite brews for a gathering or simply to have enough supply at home. However, if you’re looking for an even larger quantity, specifically 30 cans of beer, you would typically refer to it as a “block.”

The term “block” is not as widely used as “carton,” but it is still recognized and understood by many beer enthusiasts. It provides a larger volume of beer, ideal for bigger parties or events where a greater supply is needed. It’s worth noting that the term “block” may be more common in certain regions or among specific groups of people.

Personally, I recall a time when I was hosting a backyard barbecue with some friends. We anticipated a larger turnout, so I decided to pick up a block of beer to ensure we had enough for everyone. It was more convenient than buying multiple cartons, as it saved both time and effort. Plus, having the extra cans allowed us to offer a wider variety of beer options to cater to different tastes.

Whether you refer to it as a carton or a block, the goal remains the same – to have a sufficient amount of beer on hand for your needs. The terminology may vary slightly depending on where you are or the preferences of the people you interact with. So, next time you’re in need of a larger quantity of beer, don’t hesitate to ask for a block of 30 cans!