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World's First 'Interactive' Beer Bottle (Is A Heineken)

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This is the Heineken Ignite bottle coming out in a couple months. It's a regular beer bottle with a plastic base and LED inside that lights up in rythym to music and when you cheers someone or take a sip. You know, because we need beer bottles that do that. Fingers crossed they cost extra!

Hit the jump for a couple more shots and a skippable video. Personally, drinkable is as interactive a beer as I need.

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Thanks to Phillip, who prefers his beer with less flashing lights and more good taste.

There are Comments.
  • Valerie Combet

    Where can I find the Heineken ignite bottle in Los ANgeles? anyone?

  • iofo61

    The quality of beer is inversely proportional to the gimmick used to market the bottle.

  • lordpikachu

    i would buy

  • Where's my G+ button for sharing these cool stories bro?

  • dunch

    Trash beer is trash beer.

  • Monochromatyczny Wojownik

    its a trap! Where is the real Geekologie Writer and his sexist/dumb comments?

  • Rory

    Just a new tactic in the attempt to get more people to drink that garbage.

  • MeggyMonster

    So then after you're done drinking the beer, you get to throw away a perfectly good flashy glow stick/bottle thingy (I only use the best technical words for Geekoligie)? Also, more useless crap to filter though our landfills... Fantastic idea guys!

    ps. For the almost same experience, just throw a glow stick into your bottle and call it a day. Added awesome if the glow stick is leaking.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    Throw away? I'm not sure about where you live, but here bottles are reused...

  • MeggyMonster

    Yes. Chicago. Also, that's great for you where you live (amazing really), more town's/city should be more conscious about recycling, but I'm fairly certain that not every hoppn' party (yeah, I'm down with the cool kid lingo. Cool kid from the 90's that is...) that sells theses bottles are going to have a recycle bin near by.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    Recycle... bins... ? Here in Canada you get money when you bring back bottles, and bars would be loosing a fuckton of money if it wasn't for recycling.

    You're aware bars, pubs and raves clean up after you leave, right?

  • MeggyMonster

    I am well aware that one can get money back for returning bottles. What I'm saying is that this little attachment to the beer bottles are a waste and pointless. Not ever event that supply these bottles are going to have the common decency (or brains) to recycle or deposit them. Also, what would stop some one from taking their bottle away from the party and just randomly dispose of it somewhere else, like behind a dumpster. (Yes a cop could stop them, but cops can't be at all places at once.)

    Shoot, back at my high school, kid where told to throw their papers away in the recycle bins. Know what happened to those papers? They got tossed in the garbage truck at the end of the day. I know this for a fact because a family member of mine worked as a janitor at my school.

    Besides, can the bottle even be deposited for money with the flashy attachment? Wouldn't it eventually wear out and have to be thrown out? I'm really curious. o 3o

  • Liz &Yannick Vanhove

    Heineken? Pffrt, that's not even considered a real beer.

  • Piss Water! even the educated dutch beer drinkers call it that!

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