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Folks kill keg, one plastic cup at a time.


Until a couple of weeks ago, Michael Selvaggi and Jeremy Cason had no clue that you could Kill the Keg at the Hi-Fi. The club has been tapping a 15.5-gallon keg of Pabst Blue Ribbon draft every Monday night and charging 50 cents per eight-ounce cup. But when the brew is gone, the deal is done. "Too bad I just found out about this," says Selvaggi, a Tri-C student. "I would've been here sooner, because it's a good deal for people who don't have serious cash."

Cason, on the other hand, is more of a hard-liquor kinda guy. So he takes the venue up on its other deal of the night: $2.50 shots of Jägermeister. "It comes in handy if you want to go home shit-faced," he says.
Mondays, 8 p.m., 2005

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