Worker Found Dead In Stadium Cooler Was Minnesota Inventor

We have an update on that body they found inside a beer cooler at SunTrust Park Tuesday night, the home of the Atlanta Braves.

Turns out it’s a 48-year-old Minnesota inventor by the name of Todd Keeling who was there doing contract work.  Keeling had worked an overnight shift for a beverage vendor to install his patented beer-pouring technology when he died, a relative told an Atlanta newspaper.  In October 2016, the United States issued the patent for the invention, which features "a new nozzle for a beer valve tap and a new foamless beer tap dispensing system," government records show.

Just this week, Braves officials showed off the new technology to local news reporters, saying it will allow beers to be poured about three times faster than in the past.

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