London Beer Flood

London Beer Flood

The "London Beer Flood" of 1814 spilled 323,000 imperial gallons of beer into the streets of London; killing eight people and destroying two homes. The 1500 cubic meter flood was ruled as an "Act of God" and nobody was held responsible.

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