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The Parting of the Brown Sea

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March 16, 2010 by fhsteinbart



Last week we had an unfortunate accident in our warehouse.  A 600lb. drum of malt extract fell off of a delivery truck and crashed onto the floor, spilling about 400lbs. of light malt extract on the ground.

It took Jeremy, Will and John about 4 hours to clean up the mess.  We thought you guys would at least get a kick out of this “behind-the-scenes” insanity.

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2 thoughts on “The Parting of the Brown Sea

  1. James says:

    Never again will so much malt be used by so few 😦

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  2. Ken says:

    Have you tried placing a large concrete dome over that spill?

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