Beer and the great outdoors go together like well… beer and football? Beer and BBQ? Beer and Christmas get-togethers? Suffice it to say, an ice cold beverage pairs nicely with lots of occasions, but only one of these presents a nearly constant hazard to your full beer-drinking enjoyment. RELATED: How to Open a Beer With a Dollar Bill [VIDEO] When drinking outdoors, a beer drinker will often find that he’s set down his beer to do something or other and, when finished tending to that somethin’ or other, he’s lost track of that sweet, tasty beer. As they say, an […]
Congratulations on arriving at this article. You’ve taken the critical first step in solving one of the most distressing survival challenges facing millions of Americans: How to open a beer in a scenario where you’ve forgotten your bottle opener. It’s very scary, we know, but it does happen. And when it does, you must have a worthy backup plan… or you and your loved ones may be forced to do without. Expert opinions regarding where exactly beer falls on the “Human Survival Hierarchy” vary widely. While some rank it below air, shelter, water and food, others would point out that beer […]
Since the beginning of this “high-end cooler hysteria” began, we’ve heard a chorus of hunters and outdoor types screaming one of two main responses: 1. I can’t believe how amazingly cold this freaking cooler keeps my Bud Light! 2. How in the hell can these folks at YETI sleep at night, charing $450 bucks for a dang cooler!? Well, you may not believe it (especially if you’re in group 2), but the folks at YETI have found a way to top their past efforts… And they’ve done so with the release of the astounding $3,500.00 YETI “Ridicooler,” for folks who […]
Dandelion beer never quite caught on in the US, but this fermented treat was a summertime favorite among the English working classes back in the day. If you’re familiar with foraging, you may know that Dandelion is thought to relieve upset stomachs, indigestion, as well as clear the kidneys and bladder. Dandelion beer is delicious, refreshing, and the ingredients are cheap (especially the dandelions)… But the best thing about this brew is that you made it yourself!