March 13, 2007

Kegulator Makes Math Obsolete

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There was a time when it was a complete pain in the ass to try to figure out how much beer to buy for a party. Usually, the only way to make sure you had enough was to buy too much, but at least with our friends, that became a self-fulfilling prophecy and everything in the house went into someone's gullet no matter how much we buy.

Thankfully, that's no longer a problem thanks to the Kegulator, a sweet Web widget that lets you enter how many folks are drinking and how drunk you expect each to get on a scale of Tipsy to Hammered. Not only will it calculate how much beer you need, it also factors for spillage and recommends the amount of ice, and cups to get. Guess we can get rid of our old Casio calculator watch now.

Check it out at Kegulator.com.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at March 13, 2007 7:07 AM
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