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Overseen At Beta: Beer-mas Tree

Beta brothers are known to be creative

Beta brothers are known to be creative

You have seen the pine trees ornamented with buoys on islands off  the coast of Maine–but have you seen a pine (Christmas)  tree ornamented with empty beer cans? Neither had we, until we were tipped this lovely pic from Beta house. Great beer-infused holiday cheer. Thanks, brothers!

Also–that looks like a live tree, not one of the fake plastic kind. Props.

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  • g(tb)^2 says:

    @g(tb)^2 this is lame, they should see the band’s tree(s)

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Still doesn’t change the fact that Beta Bros stop at red lights in grand theft auto.

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