Sometimes a six-pack just isn’t enough. Hell, sometimes the 24 beers in a case just aren’t enough. That’s why some genius went ahead and invented the 30-pack. A few years ago, a brewery in Austin, Texas, even decided to joke around and release a 99-pack. But joke’s on them: A brewery in Finland has just blown the 99-pack out of the water. Grab your forklift because Keisari beer has just released a 1,000-pack!
Granted, my Finnish is not so great, but a picture is worth a thousand words – especially if those words are in a language you don’t understand – and as you can see in the tweet below, a supermarket in Finland is indeed selling a giant “1000-päkki” of canned Keisari beer for the not-particularly-low price of 2,149.20 Euros – the equivalent of about $2,343… or well over $2 per beer. You’d think if you buy by the thousand you’d get a better price break.
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According to Finnish news site Iltalehti, this 1,000-pack is “not a joke” – in so much as it actually exists. Obviously, selling such a monstrously large beer pack was done tongue-in-cheek, and the brewery admitted that the decision to sell 1,000 brews in one package was indeed a “spontaneous joke” intended as a response to Karjala, another beer brand in Finland, who earlier this month started offering a 100-pack. Good luck getting a buzz with that thing!