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Beer packaging has just gotten a lot bigger in Texas, where a small brewery is launching a 99-pack of its "Peacemaker" ale.
The 2.13m-long pack consists of three rows of 33 cans that tip the scales at 37kg and is likely to have a retail price of about $US99.
Austin Beerworks plans to put its first 99-pack on store shelves this week.
"We made it at first as a joke," said Michael Graham, co-founder of the Austin-based craft brewery.
But it seems a lot of people are taking it seriously.
Despite not being an easy fit for store shelves, interest has been high among retailers for the 99-packs, which are too big for home refrigerators but designed so that once a pack is opened, the beer can be covered in ice.
The company plans to ship about 20 of the massive packs a week.
"You might want to share this with about 33 of your friends," Graham said.