Bottle Blaster Shotgunning Technology
We're not exactly sure why we always seem to stumble across beer shotgunning devices around the weekend. We can only guess that it's because by the time the work week is over, we want to get as much beer as possible inside us as quickly as possible. We've got canned beer pretty much dialed ever since we discovered Shotgun 2.0, but sometimes the only beer you have around is in a bottle. While it's quite possible to chug a bottled beer very quickly, it usually gets all foamy and the bubbles make it tough to do it as quickly as a shotgun. Enter the Bottle Blaster.
How does the Bottle Blaster work, you might ask? We were curious too, and when we first saw the tube sticking out of the end, we thought you were supposed to put it down your throat, shooting the beer right into your stomach. While that would be some serious shotgun dedication, the tube actually goes up into the bottle, and we have to say we're pretty glad about that. Since we're obviously morons, we'll let the Bottle Blaster folks explain how it works themselves.
This is a pocket shotgun adapter for a beer bottle. It fits most 12oz bottles of beer and is quality made.
Basically this is how it works:
It takes about 3 seconds for a beer to come out of the bottle, and it produces NO FOAM. It really is a wonderful product that will get you VERY drunk VERY quickly! This is really an essential party accessory and at this price, you can't resist it!!
- Un-cap your beer bottle
- Insert the Bottle bong into your beer making sure the thin vent tube reaches the bottom
- Cover the outside end of the thin vent tube with your finger
- Put the mouth piece up to your mouth
- Tilt your head back and stop covering the vent tube
- You are on your way to being DRUNK!
Still confused? Watch the Bottle Blaster video
. This little stroke of genius runs for $14.95, and you can get yours at the Bottle Blaster store
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at December 10, 2005 9:31 AM