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John Kuhn's beer fridge is well-stocked for Wisconsin's Safer at Home order


Kendra Meinert   | Green Bay Press-Gazette

We'll take a feeling of comfort wherever we can find it these days, including in John Kuhn's beer fridge.

The former Green Bay Packers fullback who now works as a sports analyst for the team, shared a peek of his well-stocked refrigerator on Twitter Monday after making a trip to the grocery store.

"The store had limits on bread, milk and TP today. Said nothing about beer. So I got prepared for stay in place. #Quarentine2020," he wrote.

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers on Monday ordered Wisconsinites to stay in their homes starting this week to slow the spread of the coronavirus outbreak. Kuhn has an impressive array of cold beverage choices at the ready, including several Wisconsin beers like Hinterland's Doppelbock, New Glarus' Spotted Cow and Leinenkugel's.

We'd say "party at Kuuuuuhn's!" but that will just have to wait.

Last week, Kuhn announced he's foregoing haircuts and beard trimming during the coronavirus quarantine. "Hope I don't make it to full caveman," he wrote on Twitter.

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Contact Kendra Meinert at 920-431-8347 or kmeinert@greenbay.gannett.com. Follow her on Twitter @KendraMeinert

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