Monday, February 28, 2005

Website Bows Down To Barley Hops

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Spending hours staring at a fridge filled with beers sounds as boring as watching paint dry – but the idea has some beer lovers buzzing with excitement.

A 24-hour webcam,, which streams footage from the interior of several brew-filled fridges whenever someone opens the door, has been getting a million hits a month.

The website founder, who only goes by the name of “Dave,” keeps the cameras in refrigerators around his house and garage.

He figures people like the site because they can see which of his friends are getting tanked and can also nab the person who takes the last brew.

The site also contains message boards where beer lovers can communicate with each other or post photos of people’s fridges stocked with the alcoholic drink.

Dave says the typical visitors are not stereotypical middle- aged Southern rednecks with two front teeth missing, and, in fact, span all ages and are from “all areas of the globe.”

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