March 3, 2009

Ice Booze Vertical Ice Luge Mold

ice_booze_luge.jpgWe have to say, some days we want to drink our liquor out of a fancy glass. Then again, some days we want to drink our liquor out of a giant, carved out chunk of ice. For those days, we think we might just have found our huckleberry. Introducing Ice Booze, a different take on the ice luge where you pour your liquor right through a chunk of ice instead of dribbling it along the top.

As far as we can tell, it's kind of like an iron maiden, but inside instead of spikes and pain, there's tubes and ice and boozy goodness. All we can say is, think we'll get ours by St. Patrick's Day? We'd sure like to run the interns through their luging paces - we've already got the tiny sleds and skintight outfits picked out.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at March 3, 2009 8:44 PM
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I'm so proud that Oregon State is being featured for such an innovative way to get wasted.

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