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The City of Milwaukee celebrates its 172nd birthday with a kegger.
Going to a game there is like going to a kegger in an open field.
Bavaria will be bumpin' Sept. 16 to Oct. 3, when nearly 6 million revelers pour into Munich for the 184th edition of Oktoberfest, aka the world's largest kegger.
Medicaid is the core of the matter here—and always has been in American health policy—even before House Speaker Paul Ryan spent college dreaming of Medicaid-reform at keggers.
That nudged out veteran Sockeye Brewing, which finished a few keggers behind with 10,892 barrels.
The U.S. Forest Service has approved new rules for several areas inside the Willamette National Forest, sending a clear message to raucous visitors: These natural landscapes are no place to throw your kegger.
Our relationship with yeast is like a college friendship that grew beyond keggers and into distinguished adulthood.
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: a party at which people drink beer from a keg
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