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99 Ways to Open a Beer Bottle Without a Bottle Opener
It's the beer lover's worst nightmare, but this book is the solution. Olympic-class bottle opener Brett Stern introduces devotees of the suds to a world that is veritably pulsing with potential openers. Each method is illustrated, accompanied by simple instructions and rated for difficulty.
ebook, 108 pages
Published August 19th 2014 by Chronicle Books (CA)
(first published February 23rd 1993)
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Got this in a Humble Book Bundle. Decided to read it first. Was slightly disappointed. Then I realized I didn't pay very much for it, so I didn't care. I was hoping for more tips on better ways to do the things I've already tried. Instead, it's just some pictures with mildly funny explanations for the things I've already tried (and succeeded or failed at doing). If you have a brain and like to drink beer, you've no doubt tried most of these things. Except maybe the cop car.
Let me summarize - if you don't have a can opener, find a solid object and pry. That's basically all this book says, with 99 photos of beer bottles and lots of admonitions to drink (and not to drive). Maybe if I drank I'd be more interested, but really this is a cheap book that's little more than pictures and occasional snorts of humor in step form. High literature it ain't.
Not much to read here, it's basically a picture book with a few short instructions on how to apply the object in each picture to your beer bottle (or vice versa). There's a difficulty rating for each object, ranging from 1 beer bottle (easy) to 3 beer bottles (difficult). The objects range from baby strollers to computers and a myriad of other commonly found objects. It's a hilarious read, great for the coffee table or the bathroom shelf. My favorite object that they suggested? A cop car.