The Song About The London Beer Flood of 1814

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Christopher Klein

On October 17, 1814, a three-story-high vat of beer exploded inside a London brewery and unleashed a tidal wave of porter that killed eight people in the neighboring tenements. On the 200th anniversary of the London Beer Flood, look back at one of history’s strangest disasters. An individual was so heart-struck by the event, he made a song dedicated to the event. Check it out:

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