It's every beer drinker's worst nightmare, a cold brew in hand with no means to open it. Here to the rescue is an indispensable guide featuring 99 ways* to get the job done fast using anything and everything in sight as a bottle opener in a time of need. Photographs and step-by-step instructions for each method walk thirsty readers through the art of opening bottles, revealing the practical use of such handy available implements as a belt buckle, TV remote, baby carriage, dog collar, ski binding, golf club, park bench, BBQ grill, lawn mower, cash point, police car and many more. Cheers! *Plus one: the spine of this hardcover opens bottles, too.
Brett Stern is an industrial designer and inventor living in Portland, Oregon. He holds patents covering surgical instruments, medical implants, robotic garment-manufacturing systems and food packaging. His line of Beer Chips(R) snack foods where he figured out how to put beer into a potato chip without making them soggy and marketed them around the world was trademarked in 34 countries.