SPEAKING OF BEER 

SPEAKING OF BEER

And big bucks, a $3 million lawsuit has been brought against an Oklahma bottle-cap manufacturer by the Coors Brewing Company. According to Coors, some beer, which was bottled in Memphis, was never shipped out to stores. It was destroyed after a "drinkability panel" noted that the brew produced a distinct "cardboard" after-taste. Fly on the Wall's own "drinkability panel," though unable to obtain a sample of the tainted beer, did conclude that any additional flavor in Coors would have to be an improvement.

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