Running out of brewskis in the middle of a party is a quick way to kill the good vibes, and no host wants to leave to make an emergency beer run. Luckily, one brewery has a solution: 1,000-packs of beer.
Finnish brewery Keisari released its ginormous bounty of brews last weekend as a response to rival brewery Karjala’s 100-pack, which the brewery released last month. Lest you think it is just a social media stunt, the mega-pack is actually being sold in Finnish K-Supermarkets for the low, low price of 2,160 euros (about $2,355). As a bonus, the 1,000-packs actually contain 1,080 cans of beer, so as to neatly fit in five stacks of 12-by-18 beers.
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Unfortunately, buzzkiller K-Supermarket plans to break down the beautiful beast into more manageable packs of beer to be sold individually, since they’re taking up a considerable amount of floorspace and you’d need a forklift to transport a whole pack.
While most people don’t typically need over 1,000 cans of beer at once, we are not most people. We’re hoping to see a similar offering stateside at our local Costco, where we can load our flatbeds with a 1,000-pack of beers along with 1,000 Solo cups, 1,000 napkins and 1,000 pigs in a blanket.