New York bar says it won't sell Canadian beer during USA-Canada hockey game

Mike Oz
US-Canada hockey rivalry hits Olympic semifinals
USA forward Phil Kessel, right, reacts to his goal with teammate Ryan Kesler during the third period of men's quarterfinal hockey game against the Czech Republic in Shayba Arena at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, in Sochi, Russia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

We've seen heads of state wagering beer and a fake bet involving Justin Bieber, now here's the latest wacky development leading up to Friday's semifinal men's hockey game between Team USA and Canada at the Winter Olympics.

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A pizza joint and bar in upstate New York says it won't sell Canadian beer during the hockey clash, which will send one team to the gold medal game in Sochi. Amherst Pizza & Ale House advertises more than 100 beer choices, but on Friday it'll knock the likes of Molson, Labatt and La Fin Du Monde off that list.

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You can't blame them, considering we've already heard about Canadians segregating their beer rations in Sochi. After the U.S. women's heartbreaking loss to Canada on Thursday, American hockey fans probably aren't going to have a taste for Canadian beer anyway.

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