Cows Invade Parking Lot Of Spotted Cow Beer In Wisconsin New Glarus Brewing Company makes Spotted Cow beer. Sixteen dairy cows had wandered into the brewery parking lot in the dead of night. Security footage shows the cows were indeed spotted.

Cows Invade Parking Lot Of Spotted Cow Beer In Wisconsin

Cows Invade Parking Lot Of Spotted Cow Beer In Wisconsin

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New Glarus Brewing Company makes Spotted Cow beer. Sixteen dairy cows had wandered into the brewery parking lot in the dead of night. Security footage shows the cows were indeed spotted.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with an udder-ly (ph) predictable story from Wisconsin - that's a pun. The New Glarus Brewing Company makes Spotted Cow beer. Its chief operating officer told CNN he thought it was a joke when a security guard called him yesterday; sixteen dairy cows had wandered into the brewery parking lot. Security footage shows the cows were indeed spotted. Police corralled the visitors, who had neglected to pick a designated driver.

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