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02.15.2007

Beer Explosion

Filed under: photos @ 13:00

Exploding Beer

I would have guessed the bottle would have shattered, but the cap seems to act as a safety valve.

Beer slushy anyone?

11 Comments

  1.  
    Adam 02.16.2007 @ 02:32

    The cap would definitely be the weak point of the bottle when it comes to freezing. But the real question is, why do you keep beer in your freezer?

  2.  
    MDA 02.16.2007 @ 20:29

    What makes you think I keep beer in my freezer?

  3.  
    Adam 02.17.2007 @ 02:23

    You mean those beers froze in your fridge and not the freezer?

  4.  
    MDA 02.17.2007 @ 11:19

    No, they were in the freezer. But just because there was beer in the freezer doesn’t mean I keep beer in the freezer. Or that it was me that put it there :)

  5.  
    Adam 02.17.2007 @ 13:15

    Fine. Let me be specific. What were those particular bottles doing in the freezer, given that you don’t necessarily keep beer in the freezer and also given that it may or may not have been you that put the bottles there?

  6.  
    MDA 02.17.2007 @ 16:11

    I don’t know. I wasn’t there. Presumably, they were getting cold :)

  7.  
    tsmith3988 03.28.2007 @ 08:55

    yo you hella stupid 4 that picture

  8.  
    Mike 05.01.2007 @ 12:49

    That’s just wrong. Anyone who treats a New Castle like that should have their New Castle Drinking Privileges suspended for six months, minimum. Shame on you.

  9.  
    Peter 06.22.2007 @ 00:26

    Agree that last comment! Serving Newcastle Brown at anyting below about 40F just doesn’t bear (or beer!) thinking about!

  10.  
    dmitri 09.27.2007 @ 17:19

    Newcastle is the worst beer I’ve tried. Reminds me of Cuban beers

  11.  
    Trent 09.28.2007 @ 17:48

    Really dmitri? I kind of liked Crystal or whatever is was called ;)

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