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Moosehead sending beer to Canadian troops

Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan will soon be able to battle the heat of the southern Afghan desert with some beer from the largest Canadian-owned brewery.

Moosehead Breweries, based in Saint John, N.B., is sending more than 1,700 cans of its Moosehead Lager to Canadian troops stationed in Kandahar, after some of them specifically requested the suds.

Canoe reports.

Posted by Cynthia on October 2, 2006 at 11:39 AM in Afghanistan, Beer, Canada | Permalink