Some People Have All the Luck ..

Unfortunately, I am not one of them!

Can water be transformed into beer? Wouldn't it be some sort of modern-day biblical-style miracle if one evening, you discovered that beer flowed from your kitchen tap instead of water? Well, that's what happened for one lucky couple in Norway.

Unfortunately, as with all miracles, this one has a reality-based explanation. In this case, a "really creative" (drunk?) bartender made a mistake when connecting the beer hoses for the pub that was downstairs from the lucky couple.

Okay, I will leave you with that story for now while I go back to writing my edition of Tangled Bank. Oh, and could someone bring me a beer? My throat is a little bit dry.

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