Belgian City to Create Massive Beer Pipeline

By: Lawrence Bonk

Sure, transporting beer to and fro using a truck has worked just fine for the past hundred years or so, but it’s 2014 and humanity demands a more efficient way to get at their hops. Belgium may have just cracked the code: They’ve begun jettisoning their beer underground.

The citizens of Bruges, Belgium, have just approved an underground pipeline that will stretch for miles, transporting beer from breweries to bottling plants. All told, the pipeline will ship 6,000 liters per hour. If only somebody would adapt this plan for pizza.

As of this writing, however, the city has no contingency plan in place for beer-swilling moles or drunken revelers with jackhammers.

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