Remind me not to buy beer at Neyland

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  1. intrepid27

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    I've heard the amount of unsold beer that's gone past prime is staggering.

    Apparently there's laws saying you can't just dump it.
     
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    Dump it. or just sell it to those kids at low cost. #forthekids
     
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    I’d take it off their hands.
     
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    Stupid problems for stupid people.
     
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    I thought breweries took back aged beer. I saw Boston Brewery makes ethanol out of theirs.
     
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    #7 SEIOWA CLONE, Apr 28, 2020
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    I read an article last week about how breweries are coping with beer in kegs at all these venues and bars that is going bad and they are going to have to retrieve it. It said that most breweries are working with businesses to help cut loses by each side, but the largest problem was going to be getting rid of the beer that has gone bad. They are not allowed to just dump it down the drain, its PH level is too high, so they were trying to come up with a way to lower the PH that would allow them to dump it.

    They are also worried about getting back the kegs, each one runs around 120 to 140 dollars and there was beginning to be a shortage in kegs, as most are locked up in bars and stadiums around the country.
     
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    1-877- BEER-4-KIDS.
    B-E-E-R, Beer for kids!
    Donate your beer today.
     
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    How many gallons of beer per day per pig would it take to sustain pigs in feeder lots?
     
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    Could be a blooming future market, give AB a call and inquire about it.
     
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    If stealing beer as a teenager is stupid, then call me an ignoramus.
     
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    I was talking about buying so much product that you over extend to become fodder for teenage vandals.
     
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  13. Clonehomer

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    I've always used old beer to boil brats in before grilling. But that's a lot of brats to cover all that unused beer. I guess I can do my part to help them out.
     
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    This jingle haunts my dreams
     
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    Wasn't the Keg Shops business model: Buy nearly expired/expired beer at a discount. Sell to cheap college kids..........
    FIRE SALE FRIDAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    We drank all sorts of crappy beer from those sales.
     
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    The kid sang "duh-nate" and the guy sang "doe-nate". :rolleyes:

    Yeah, I may have heard that a thousand times on the radio here.
     

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