Drinking a 30 Years Old Can of Coors Found in the Woods

(via) With all the new and delicious local craft beer for us to try these days it’s hard to imagine a good reason to drink something as familiar as a can of Coors. But what if that can of Coors was 30 years old and found half-buried deep in the woods? I don’t think I could resist just a sip…for science.

This guy doesn’t even hesitate to take a long sip. It’s unclear as to whether or not he survived the night, but in the moment he gave it an enthusiastically positive (if NSFW) review. Cheers, bud!

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