Sunday, January 7, 2018

rolling out the kegs

Friday's delivery to Annie's bar.



24 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    Is it easy to roll instead of lifting.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. Have to keep the masses happy and keep the beer flowing. (° ͜ʖ͡°)つ

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  3. Looks a heavy profession to me. Especially as the truck has no lift but just a door.

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  4. Annie will be happy with her new stock rolling in!

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  5. Reminds me of roll out the barrel. Great photos of an important delivery, Bill.

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  6. Much easier for sure!
    Hopefully they (the kegs) did not roll too fast!! : ))

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  7. Hello Bill !
    Hope it’s Guinness beer...it’s my favorite!
    Lovely images!
    Have a a happy afternoon!
    Dimi...

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  8. Just in time for the weekend rush!

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  9. Those kegs of ale will be most welcome in this wintery weather I'm sure Bill.. not quite like a hot cuppa tea though ☺

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  10. ...let the good times roll.

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  11. An important delivery!!!

    All the best Jan

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  12. Annie's customers will be happy :)

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  13. Smart to use a tire to get it on the curb easy!

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  14. That works well so long as the street goes down hill. It's much more difficult to roll a keg up hill. Fun photo, Bill.

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  15. Not that different from the delivery process here.

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  16. Ha Bill, de ozo nodige drank is gelukkig weer aangevuld. Hi hi we nemen er een op, hmmm.
    Groet Kees.

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  17. Getting ready for the weekend!

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  18. I love beer....trying to lay off the stuff during this new year :)

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  19. Reminds me of the polka, "Roll Out the Barrel."

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  20. They clearly know what they're doing. But if it behaves like a bottle or can of beer I wouldn't want to open it anytime soon after that bumping around!

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  21. Faster and more convenient than loading on a trolley!

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  22. As necessary in Ireland as breaking bread.

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  23. yes I can understand why they roll them, picking them up would hurt my back.

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