Skip to comments.Brewery is testing beer delivery by drone
Posted on 01/29/2014 12:42:06 PM PST by TurboZamboni
Its a dilemma that comes with the territory if youre an ice-fisher, when you run out of beer its going to be a long time before you can go grab a six-pack. Until now
Meet the Lakemaid Beer Drone. Wisconsin-based Lakemaid Beers - whose tagline is "Great Fishermen need Great Beer" - was inspired by Amazons announcement that it was planning on using ...
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Could cut in the State revenuer’s ability to give DUIs to snowmobilers and will therefore be prohibited.
I can endorse the Lakemaid. Mighty tasty.
Forget that! I want a pipeline!
Obama won’t allow those.
Do they still make Keystone beer?
Can pot dealers be far behind?
I used to have to pay exorbitant sums to get taxi cab drivers to bootleg beer to me when I was 16.
Now that I'm 61, it just magically appears at the door.
A lot better than having to drag your ID out of your wallet in order to prove to some minimum wage clerk that it's "valid"
Hello Walgreen's, how you doing out there?
When 21st. Century technology meets Pennsylvania’s 18th. Century liquor laws, what’s gonna happen?
In 2011, Coors Brewing Company, in promotion of its product Keystone Light, re-engineered its 30-pack cases to allow its purchasers to play a modified game of Cornhole, a popular Lawn game. The brewer rebranded its boxes to promote the game of “Canhole”.
I know a sheriff who put two six packs on the counter and the clerk told him the 12 pack was cheaper. The sheriff said no because he couldn’t drink a whole 12 pack.
Ice fishing is evidence of a bad marriage.
"You're out here, at least thirty miles from home - and your wife knows you'll be staying for at least two hours. I wonder what she's up to right now?"
Lot of wisdom there...
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