I can hear the "How Its Made" music playing while watching this
I honestly thought that there was going to be some guy at the end of the machinery sucking up the beer foam.
The best part is at the end of the line there's a scanner that can detect any flawed cans or "low fills" that don't meet QA and punches them off the line into a separate container.
Low-fills are usually taken home by the brewery employees and make their way into my house because having friends that work in a brewery is pretty awesome.
Occasionally you might get a beer that's actually bad but more often than not they're perfectly good beers in dented cans that are slightly less filled than they're meant to be. The extra air in the top of the can will cause the beer to oxidize and go bad a hell of a lot faster than if it were filled properly so drink em fast.
I seriously always wondered how that worked!
Thanks for the video! lol
They tried spinning? That's a good trick.
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight
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So that's why I get dizzy and fall down when I get drunk--they spin the beer!