Finland has stepped up their beer game in a major way.
A Finnish brewery called Keisari has introduced the world’s first 1,000-pack of beer.
Three guys bought the 1000-pack of beer pic.twitter.com/0Q6hdoQpDc
— Mildly Interesting (@interest_mild) April 29, 2017
The Keisari 1000-PÄKKI actually holds 1,080 cans and travels by pallet, but sadly it’s only available in Finland.
It costs 2,149.20 Finnish marks, which is equivalent to just under $550 CAD, making each beer worth just over 50 cents.
— Robin Ahlfors (@R0bquake) April 30, 2017
No reason for the giant packs of beer has been given, but it may have something to do with 2017 being Finland’s 100th year of independence.
It could also just be because Finns love beer and their summer days are long ones.
— Crooked County IL (@CrookedCountyIL) May 4, 2017