There are kegs that beg bounced around during transport and lose their carbonation. So beer companies artifically carbonate them and sell them at a reduced price. The Brunswick house was known for purchasing these reduced price kegs.
this thread is now very funny.. a whole thread dedicated to "rockin' irine".... i was there at the brunny very recently... very quickly.. because my friends and I were curious to see what it was like after not having been there for years. It is nicer that is for sure, it is much more clean.. that is for sure.. but no one is there because it isn't dirty and scrungy as it was.
^^^^^^^^^ yes! or maybe i should invite her to my next keg party
the brunny was legendary back when i was in first year. I remember braving 45 minute line-ups just to get sassed by some ghetto guy inside. It's just not the same anymore now that they have the dress code and nobody goes. I loved how I could show up in whatever the fuck i wanted. the whole plan living aruond the brunny was that if we wanted to go out but didn't want to dress up we could check it out. NOw all we have is the madison and the maddy blows.