WATCH: Man swims through 30,000 VB cans collected over 15 years for back-shed 'beer pit'

A South Australian man has won the hearts of beer lovers across the nation with his impressive collection of VB beer cans stretching back 15 years.

The lager lover, who hails from Moonta on the Yorke Peninsula, has showcased 'The VB Shed' in a series of remarkable YouTube videos, becoming the envy of "the Very Best's" faithful.

During one of the videos, the mystery man can be seen almost swimming through the sea of green cans, believed to be made up of 30,000 aluminium tinnies.

The mystery Moonta man basks in the glory of his impressive collection. Source: YouTube/ Tammy Penhall
The mystery Moonta man basks in the glory of his impressive collection. Source: YouTube/ Tammy Penhall
The shed is believed to contain around 30,000 VB cans. Source: YouTube/ Tammy Penhall
The shed is believed to contain around 30,000 VB cans. Source: YouTube/ Tammy Penhall

The man, dubbed "VB's biggest fan", waves to the camera while puffing on a cigarette inside the pit, before asking: "How do I get out of here?"

A woman behind the camera can be heard commentating on the giant stash of VB empties, packed to the rafters in the wooden shed.

"It might have got a bit fuller since the last video but this is it, this is one man... 15 years of his most favourite beers," she says in one video.

"One man, tens of thousands of VB cans, this is it. Some guys call it the ultimate beer pit and they're pretty correct in saying that," she declares.

At one point the man seems to be swimming through the green tins. Source: YouTube/ Tammy Penhall
At one point the man seems to be swimming through the green tins. Source: YouTube/ Tammy Penhall
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