This is how British pilots made beer runs for troops in Normandy during World War II

These kegs, often called ‘beer bombs,’ were standard wooden kegs with a specially-designed nose cone and attachments for transport under the wing of the Spitfire. Though they carried less beer, it arrived tasting like it just came out of the tap at the pub, chilled by the altitude of the flight over the channel.

Source: This is how British pilots made beer runs for troops in Normandy during World War II

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