Post Malone revealed his trick for keeping enough beer on hand while living in Utah, where purchasing and possessing containers of beer larger than two liters is illegal.
“We’re just getting hammered every day and doing funny s–t. I just drink in my house, and if I need a keg I go to Wyoming and bring it back,” he recently told WSJ. Magazine, adding with a laugh, “But don’t tell anybody.”
The cat’s out of the bag now.
There is an exception to the no-keg rule if “the person is a beer retailer authorized by this title to dispense beer on draft for consumption on the beer retailers premises,” according to the Utah Department of Public Safety.
Posty is in Utah working on a new album to help people through the ‘Darkest of Times’
“There’s so much to say in these times that will give people hope and hopefully uplift people’s spirits,”
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