US could face BEER shortage

US could confront Lager lack after a Mississippi wiped out fountain of liquid magma giving CO2 became polluted

Lager consumers across the US are gazing sullenly into their pints, realizing the expenses are probably going to ascend.

Because of a cross country lack of carbon dioxide.

Thanks to some extent to issues at a Mississippi fountain of liquid magma.

The wiped out spring of gushing lava, the Jackson Vault, has starting around 1977 gave carbon dioxide to the food business, among others.

However lately the stockpile has become sullied because of crude gas from a mine leaking in, meaning it can't be utilized in food.

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