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Old 22-03-2017, 10:00 PM   #1331
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Just went to clean a keg that had some dregs left in it. Really hard to get the bung out and when I did manage it, it looked like this.

Not sure why it's gone all funny.
That looks like it's starting to mutate into something


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Old 22-03-2017, 10:07 PM   #1332
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That looks like it's starting to mutate into something

It does. It enlarged and went all bobbly. Not sure what caused it.


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It does. It enlarged and went all bobbly. Not sure what caused it.
Said the actress to the Bishop. Seriously though, surely beer wouldnt have done that, would it?
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Was that after you put some cleaner in it?
I think that's why they sell those bungs in bags. The cost of having good beer.
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I've seen lumps and bumps like that in a photograph.

Apparently it's called "Genital Warts".
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Was that after you put some cleaner in it?
I think that's why they sell those bungs in bags. The cost of having good beer.
No cleaner had been near it. Straight out of a keg that had Pilsner in it


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