See the little dent in the can? Yes, the one the red arrow's pointing to. It helps you open the beer without hurting your finger or chipping a nail. Plus, if you punch a key through it you can chug the beer faster. Yep, just another reason why Japan is better than us at pretty much everything except postponing the robot apocalypse. What do we have -- Miller Lite vortex bottles? What a bunch of non-functional shit! Besides, I don't want to create a make-believe vortex while I'm pouring a beer, I want to create lasting memories with good friends. Juuuust kidding! -- I drink alone and to forget.
The Japanese have superior beer can technology [reddit]
Thanks to ultrapony, who's done nothing but complain about the lack of oats since I made him my new mount. Oh yeah? ANOTHER WORD AND YOU'RE GLUE, MISTER!
The Can Grip snaps on to any standard aluminum can, providing the drinker with not only a handle, but a coaster. AAAAAAAH, future technology! Plus, they're cheap, only $10 for 6. Now, where the hell can I get some of that watermelon beer in the picture? And, more importantl... / Continue →
Japanese brewer Kirin has just introduced Ichiban Shibori Frozen Draft, a brew with a soft-serve dollop of frozen beer foam on top to keep all the liquid below nice and cool. The machine responsible, which will be released in Japan next month, works by frothing a mixture of be... / Continue →
Sometimes an invention comes along that is so simple, awesome, and bound to change the world of canned drinking so drastically that you just have to stop and ponder, "Why didn't I think of that?" Well this isn't one of those, but it is can related. Introducing the Resealable ... / Continue →