Citizens of the world, it’s time to do your part for your countries and drink more beer. Million of gallons of beer on the verge of being poured down the drain thanks to the lack of demand caused by Coronavirus. It’s really simple: Bars, restaurants, venues, etc. expect a lot of beer consumption each month, and brewers make the beer to meet that demand. But because coronavirus shut down bars and restaurants we have a tons of beer with nowhere to go.
… At the most, draft beer will stay good for 6 months, and sometimes depending on the kind of brew, the shelf life can be as short as 2 months. Now that everything is closed down, there are roughly 10 million gallons (or about one million kegs) worth of beer going to waste in empty bars and venues, and even more in distributor warehouses.