His job includes moving train cars around the yard to keep the beer from freezing below 13 degrees Fahrenheit.
They may get a little slushy, but the constant jostling helps prevent a hard freeze and exploding cans and bottles.
His warehouse, or "beer house" holds more than 1 million cases of beer at any given time. That's a powerful thirst, my friend.
What an awesome job! Far from being "a tedious and time-sucking endeavor" as reported by , this guy is performing a noble public service -- saving beer. >Sniff.<
If you don't believe me, just ask Grupo Modelo S.A.B de C.V or Chicago-based Crown Imports LLC, Modelo's U.S. importer, I'm sure they'd agree; it's their beer.
This guy's a real mensch: performing a thankless task so others might beer. He can also do what no one else can do without committing a beer foul: he can shake the beer ... and it's a good thing.
Plus, being a train conductor is kinda awesome in and of itself. Every boy loves a railroad. Even my 3-year old Dab runs around the house singing Thomas the Tank Engine and making the couch into a mountainous track or any horizontal surface into his personal train yard.
Bill Diamond is a real life grown up whose job is Beer Conductor. Combining two great things in life: beer and trains ... Atta-boy, Bill!
All aboard! Cheers!