11.06.12 by Jeff

How to open a beer bottle with a slice of pizza (and other tricks)!

Bottle Cap Blues by Chris Sumers
“Bottle Cap Blues” by Chris Sumers, a hilarious montage of all the ways to open up a beer bottle without actually using a bottle opener.

Watch the video below!

vimeo.com/csumers













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • the guy that opens the bottle on his arm is my hero.

  • poor guys. beer with screwcap is for pussies!!!

    • AZRA

      care to elaborate on that..?

    •  yeah, and you must use only your “delicate parts” to open a beer and remain a man. A bit sexist, don´t you think?

  • ben kelly

    how to waste a beer. fun video though

  • no lighter?





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