I suppose this isn’t the first time beer has stopped traffic.
A kilometre-long convoy of beer vats is on the move, shutting down roads and downing hydro and cable lines in its path.
Massive vats that can hold six million bottles of beer are being hauled from Hamilton Harbour to a Molson Coors facility near Pearson International Airport in Toronto.
The trip, which is expected to take four nights, began Friday night as the vats — loaded on six flatbed trailers — were slowly pulled out of the docks by transport trucks.
As for me, I prefer Surly, a local beer known for for it’s quality than it’s quantity.
…and at ten bucks for four cans, thusly priced as well.