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My Ice Bucket Challenge
My Ice Bucket Challenge

So here it is. My ALSA Ice Bucket Challenge. I got called out by half of the Chief On Tap crew, Ryan and Shane from Rosati’s Pizza. So, since my beer buddies were calling me out, I decided to replace the ice water with ice beer. And thanks to the folks over at Keystone Light, I filled a bucket with beer and Ryan dumped it on my head. Here’s the bucket…

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And here’s the tower of beer cans that went into the bucket.

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And now, my Ice Bucket Challenge.

Since you’ve just watched my challenge, you are officially challenged. You don’t have to dump a bucket over your head, just head over to www.alsa.org and donate. Go on. Do it.

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