The most common downfall of any potentially awesome beer drinking experience is not having a cool way to open a beer should you find yourself without a bottle opener. Imagine the perfect brew situation. Someone brings over a quality pack of Frankenmuth Beer to share for the occasion. Uproarious cheers explode in the room. Yet, no one has a bottle opener. A silence hushes over the crowd.
While some serious beer aficionados will have credit card style bottle openers in their wallets or even on their belt or key rings, there is still always a chance for a complete bottle opener shutout. Should you find yourself in just such an occasion, here are several new ways to open beer bottles in a safe (for both you and the beer) manner. Become the hero of the beer day and follow these tips and tricks on cool ways to open a beer.
HOW TO OPEN A BEER USING A CARABINER
Step One: When opening the carabiner, find the edge of the latch and wedge beer cap into the slot in the first picture.
Step Two: Use the large metal hook for leverage on top of the bottle cap. Pry upward on where the latch meets the cap.
Step Three: Drink your delicious, freshly opened Frankenmuth beer.
HOW TO OPEN A BEER USING A PIECE OF PAPER
Step One: Fold a piece of 8 x 11 paper in half.
Step Two: Turn 90 degrees and fold in half again.
Step Three: Continue folding paper in half until you can fold no more and have created a rectangular shaped object.
Step Four: Use the blunt end of the paper opener you have created to fit under the bottles cap. Using the rest of the paper for leverage, simply pry upward.
Step Five: Pop the top and enjoy a delicious Frankenmuth Beer.
HOW TO OPEN A BEER USING ANOTHER BEER
Step One: Using the sharp edged undercarriage of the cap as your tool, simply put it under the cap of the upright beers cap. Pry upwards and unleash the Frankenmuth beer.
Step Two: The worst thing that could happen is you accidentally open both beers and there is certainly nothing bad about two Frankenmuth beers at once.
Save your teeth, nice cutlery and compact discs by using these alternative and cool ways to open a beer. Your pearly whites, Ginsus and Fleetwood Mac CDs will thank you, as will your body once you’ve thrown back a satisfying Frankenmuth beer.
Thanks to Chow, the incredible food and drink web site, for the inspiration. Below you will find videos on how to complete each cool ways to open a beer.