June 9, 2008

Bierstick...Y'know, for drinking Beer

bierstick_instructions.jpgIt seems everyone's trying to build the better beer-drinking mousetrap these days, and they're getting inventive doing so. Some of our favorites have so far have been the Flabongo and the Giant Jellyfish, but a new contender has entered the fray.

The Bierstick is a device shaped like a giant hypodermic, but no, we're not suggesting you inject booze like Motley Crue did - this hypo has a mouthpiece instead of a needle. According to the instructions, you just fill it up with beer and press the plunger to ingest it at your own speed. Seems like an interesting rapid-beer-consumption alternative to the beer bong, but of course that remains to be seen.

The Bierstick costs about $20; find out more at Bierstick.com, and we'll get a review 'stick ASAP.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at June 9, 2008 7:45 AM
Recent Comments

I tried this item and it was terrible. I paid $20 for something I could get at Menards for $10 but they call it the paintstick. The cap comes off about 90% of the time spilling beer all over whoever is drinking it. Also for some reason small insects love liquid filled closed areas. So if you ever buy one have fun sealing it with a plastic bag or something similar everytime it's not in your hand. Awful effort to make a drinking product


Posted by: sean at December 14, 2008 12:51 AM

These guys have this product


Posted by: Nik at August 8, 2008 3:54 AM
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