Keglined - Copyrighted slogan used by American Can Company for their beer cans with a lining inside to prevent the metal from coming into contact with the beer. The "keglined" logo was gradually reduced in size and prominence as beer cans became more common.
Light - If used on soda cans, this means sugarfree. If used on beer cans, it means less calories
Lilek nr. - reference number for opening instruction cans from the USA in the reference book by Kevin Lilek.
Lo pro - abbreviation for Low profile cone top.
Long opener - 1) One of the very early (1935-1936) OI (Opening Instruction) flat top cans that had a large picture of a church key along the side of the can. Most OI cans only had a small picture of a church key. A few brands carried the long opener picture into the 1940s but most replaced it with a smaller picture by 1937. 2) The term may also apply one of the original church keys, which were slightly over 5 inches in length.
Low profile cone top - A conetop produced (with a couple of exceptions) from 1935 until 1942 by the Continental Can Company. Its spout is shorter than that of the high profile or j-spout conetops. A few west coast breweries still used them in the late 1940s.