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NYC pub sells gallon of beer for price of gas to protest Biden inflation
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A New York City bar owner with a full tank of gripes is selling a gallon of beer for the price of a gallon of gas — an effort to protest the Biden administration’s failure fueling historic inflation.
Patrick Hughes, owner of Scruffy Duffy's on Tenth Avenue in Manhattan, also hopes to raise awareness around the challenges that continue to devastate America's small-business owners.
"It’s just our way of calling attention to the insanity of inflation right now, especially gas prices," Hughes, a NYC pub owner for 32 years, told Fox News Digital.
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"Gas prices have just been absurd, as well as the food prices," he said. "As well as the labor prices."
The gallons of beer at Scruffy Duffy's are poured from the tap into a red plastic gas can, the same container you find for emergency fill-ups at the local service station. (On Friday, he was selling Miller Genuine Draft.)