A drinker who stole a barrel of beer paid for it more than 20 years later to ease a guilty hangover, a brewery in Leeds, England, said. Someone sent an anonymous letter to Tetleys brewery confessing he had guzzled a keg of beer after finding it on a vacant lot while walking home from work in the 1960s, a company spokesman said. The writer enclosed postal orders worth 100 pounds ($170). The spokesman said, "By the description, the barrel was a nine-gallon firkin, which would have been worth 17 or 18 pounds (about $30) in those days - so we owe him now!"