Tuesday, June 03, 2014

"The supply chain benefits of using non-returnable PET kegs."

In order to ship beer great distances to satisfy the cravings of beer (fill in blank with plural noun; choose among "geek," "aficionado," "bro" or otherwise) we'll be compelled to use more disposable kegs.

The argument is made here that doing so is friendlier for the environment event when the one-way kegs are tossed into the landfill.

What remains to be addressed is why a movement founded on localism now must ship beer great distances, but since such consideration tend to lead to exploding heads and balled fists, we'll leave sleeping (fill in blank with plural noun; choose among "geek," "aficionado," "bro" or otherwise) lie.


1 comment:

Patrick J Ryan said...

Consolidation is inevitable in any industry. Though I'm originally from California, I still drink Sierra Nevada in Virginia. It's not local, and for that I am ashamed. However, I still think it's one of the best.