If you love Beer, drinking the beer quickly, and breaking world records then you have to make it down to St. Louis this Saturday for a really special event!

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The event is called the Beer Shotgun World Record Attempt II and it is being hosted by the fantastic 4 Hands Brewing Company in St. Louis, Missouri. It is their hope to set a world record (Guinness won't be there, apparently Guinness has bigger fish to fry than a sweet beer-chugging world record) for the most people shotgunning a beer at one time. If you don't know what shotgunning a beer is (well you probably didn't go to a state school for college then) it is where you puncture a hole in the bottom of a can of beer to drink out of while opening the traditional top of the beer. On the Facebook event page, they say...

"Join us around 3:30pm on Saturday, December 4th to get your can of Full Life, their fantastic crushable lager. Be sure to bring your keys or pocket knife to prepare your can for the shotgun. We will all line up outside on the sidewalk along Manchester Rd, and our Master of Ceremonies will give us a countdown right at 4:20, and then history will be made!"

Tickets are free and include a beer BUT you have to sign up for the event by clicking here! 

I was never a big shotgun a beer guy but this event sounds like a blast, especially to be able to be a part of a world record, also their Full Life beer that they promote at the event looks delicious and very shotgunnable!

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