Who among us hasn’t at one time or another sipped on a little wine from a box? In fact, I can recall some friends back in college whose fridges had nothing but a jar of mayo, a package of sliced ham and box of wine in them. Nothing says “Let’s bring the class of wine down” like wine in a box. But what if we flipped the script, and put beer in a box? Would that bring the class of beer up a level? The Thirsty Beagle says yes indeed! And so I am looking forward to the possible release of MillerCoors “Home Draft.” It’s a 1.5-gallon (16 12-ounce bottles-worth) box of beer. The box will fit in the fridge and stay fresh in the box for 30 days after opening. This sounds like a strong idea to me. Maybe one day you only want 8 ounces of beer? Maybe, like me, you have to worry about your wife opening a beer and only taking two or three sips before letting it get warm and then abandoning it. With the box, problem solved! You can get a few more details by clicking on this audio report from NPR.