Most cans recycled in the United States get turned into new cans. If not turned into new cans, used beverage cans (UBC) are also used to make products in the transportation and construction markets. "Ultimately, all UBCs that the industry gets back are recycled into useful, recyclable products, mostly new cans.
If your town does not have curbside recycling, take the clean, dry cans to the nearest recycling or buy-back center. Your local sanitation department may have a list of local centers that accept aluminum; otherwise, use a searchable site like Earth911 to find a recycling center near you.
All metal cans are infinitely recyclable. It doesn't matter if they are aluminum drink cans or tin, steel, or bi-metal food cans. Go ahead and throw them into your recycling bin.