KingDavid tells me about it; there is an ongoing tragedy where our neighbors to the north in Canada are losing their precious beer because it's freezing when they set it outside in the snow when it's 20 below. In response, the Great Western Brewing Company is sponsoring a contest to see who can model the conditions under which beer (or pop for that matter) freezes.
So we're expecting drunks to figure out how to use a complicated thermal model and apply it to save their beer? Say what? Looks like these guys could make it in Parliament with logic like that. I bet there's a few cases in the snow outside their chambers in Ottawa.
At any rate, here's the solution. Beer doesn't "age." It goes stale. So if you've got a full fridge and a few cases outside, you're either drinking stale beer, or you're a drunk, or both. Cut down on the stash and learn to enjoy what you have responsibly.
Kudos to KingDavid for showing us a great example of trying to use technology to solve a problem that's really rooted in behavior. I'll let you know if I win, and if I do, you can have it all. I'm a teetotaler.
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