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Beer Keg Ornament

MSRP: $15.99

The origins of beer date back as far as 10,000 B.C. and virtually every culture throughout history has produced it. Ancient beer had much more nutritional value than bread at that time and was often safer to drink than the water. In some cultures, beer was a dietary staple and was referred to as liquid bread !

Dimensions: 2.25 X 3.5 X 1.75 (HxLxW)

Item Number: #32064

UPC: 729343320643

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