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Old 07-10-2016, 11:04 PM   #43
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You should have taste tested each beer to be sure it was still drinkable.

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Perhaps you could get a bunch of small monkeys that can live in all your storage compartments. Then, if a latch fails from the outside, you can have them open them from the inside.

Of course, this may have a rather large learning curve to teach the monkeys what you want them to do, and there is always the large amounts of bananas and monkey poo you will have to deal with.

The overhead and tremendous effort required to keep this band of monkeys happy and healthy may seem a bit much, but after all, you will no longer loose control of your beer. (Unless of course your monkeys discover it.)

Then you may have to enroll them in a 12 step program. Please let me know if this happens. I REALLY want to be there when you register them at AA.

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